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Friday, August 6, 2010

33 Weeks

Had a NST today - that was the only appointment.  It was far and away the best NST that I have had.  Period.  With either baby.  I was hooked up for the minimum of 20 minutes, not a moment longer!  No weight gain since Tuesday, so no further accumulation of fluid in my hands or legs.  :-)   Back to the office on Tuesday for NST, BPP and midwife check. 

Jeff has spoken to Beana close to 10 times over the last couple of days using a real name, so I think we have settled on a first name!  Because I picked Gracie's name more or less without any input, I wanted to let him do Beana's name.  I was also hoping that it would be a little therapeutic and give him a way to bond and feel a little better about this pregnancy.  Now all that's left is picking a middle name...the short list is down to two options!  Yay!!!

Wishing you all a fabulous weekend!

7 comments:

Antoinette said...

cant wait to hear beana's name and the story behind it =D

Julie said...

i'm sure it's a beautiful name. happy for you!

Bree said...

yeah- can't wait to hear her name, either. hugs. xo

Susan said...

Ann - really no story behind it other than waiting for the hubby to find something that he just 'felt.' I'm just happy to have something to call her other than Bean!

JenJen said...

I'm so glad that you had a good appt! I'm very excited to find out what Beana's real name is, too!

Holly said...

That's great about the NST and that you have a name! How sweet you let him pick it out. :) Can't wait to find out what it is and meet her!

Lori said...

Hooray! I've sort of picked out both of the boys' names as well, and John has easily agreed, so now I am in the process of making sure somehow he feels responsible for the name picking so he doesn't feel like I railroaded him! It's been pretty easy since Matthew's name mirrors his and his grandfather's in a way, and Luke's meaning was something he said a nice thing about, so ownership feels equal (though it was totally not! :)

Hooray for great NSTs!