So it's been awhile since my last post, not counting the recipe one, I thought I'd catch you up on a few things.
I'm now 27 weeks pregnant. We had our ultrasound done to check on little missy to see how she's growing. She's growing just as she should be, even slightly ahead. When I had the ultrasound done on March 2nd, I was one day shy of 25 weeks, well she measured at 26 weeks and a few days and at 2 lbs already. Her limbs are growing as they should be, which is what we expected. Now with Caitlyn, the chance of her being a dwarf was 1 in 25,000. If you've previously had a dwarf child, then your odds are slightly, and very slightly, higher - a .02% chance higher - which is nothing. But we figured we'd have the ultrasound done anyways just to check it out. I've been feeling good, except just being tired and some congestion lately due to seasonal allergies. We're hoping to get working on Caty's new room in the next couple of weeks. We decided to move her, as her room is already set up to match the crib set, between the colors on the wall and the wallpaper border, why do it all over again. So Caty will be moving into what is now our office. We've got to find a small corner computer desk to fit into our living room/dining room, then we can start the process of moving stuff out. We've only got less than 3 months to make this happen and we are hoping to get Caty moved into hew new room sometime in May. That's about it on the baby front.
If you'll remember, those of you on Facebook, that Caty had her annual check-up at the Skeletal Dysplasia Clinic back about a month ago. We got the write up from the doctors the other day and all looks well with her, which we already knew. Okay, everything is good, except for the fluid in her ears. We've met with an ENT and she will be getting tubes on April 9th. We're hoping that this will make a significant improvement in her speech and her continuously saying "HUH?" Besides that there really isn't much else to share about her visit. She weighs in at 25 lbs and is just under 30 inches tall. My mom met us there and luckily we were only in the exam room for about an hour. Nothing like spending 3.5 hours driving to spend an hour with the doctors. But hey, it's very reassuring to hear from the specialists that she's doing great.
Not much else is going on with us. We've just been keeping busy and filling our days with different activities. Hope that all is well with everyone!