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Happy Thanksgiving

>> Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Mr. Wilson and I have so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. We are thankful for our health, jobs, our love and our friends & family. Baby Wilson is doing good and besides being extremely tired and a little nauseous here and there I am doing great.

I had my first appointment with my OB last week, it was pretty uneventful. He didn't listen for the heartbeat, I was a little disappointed about that. However, they took about a gallon of blood and said they'd see me again December 11th.

We are heading to St. Louis after lunch tomorrow to spend the long weekend with my sister and my dad. I hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving!


114 bpm!

>> Tuesday, November 11, 2008

I had my first ultrasound yesterday which made my pregnancy feel so much more real. I really do have a tiny little human growing inside of me! Baby Wilson is 3.7mm and it's heart was beating at 114 beats per minute.

We really weren't expecting to hear the heartbeat so soon, but it was a nice surprise! Wonderful Dr. S said that this pregnancy is no more high risk than any other "normal" pregnancy, so I was release to go back to my ob/gyn.

So far I haven't had any morning sickness. There aren't enough hours in the day for me to sleep though. The ultrasound also showed that my ovaries are the size of grapefruit, which is causing some horrible back pain... that will all be worth it in the end!

Mr. Wilson and I feel so blessed. We have an amazing support group of friends and family that we cannot wait to share baby Wilson with!


Life and Death

>> Thursday, November 6, 2008

Sunday, November 2nd our newest nephew, Clayton Manuel Randolph, was welcomed into the world. He is so precious and looks like a little old man. My sister in law, Mrs. Randolph, was such a trooper. She went from 2cm to 8cm in one hour! Her little frame was just too small for Clayton's big head, so she ended up having a c-section Sunday evening. We were so thankful to be with the Randolph's during this special time in their lives.

Wednesday, November 5th Mr. Wilson's grandmother, Mema, passed away. She was in a lot of pain, so we are thankful that she is in a better place now. Mema was a ball of fire that will be greatly missed. She was surrounded by love, even in her final hours. Mr. Wilson, his mother, his stepfather and I were all with her when she passed.

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