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No longer a little skittle....


On September 4th Mike and I went to the doctor looking forward to hearing our baby’s heartbeat for the first time, as promised by our doctor. However, to our disappointment we did not get to hear our baby’s heartbeat, he didn’t even try to listen to it! Honestly, I don’t think Mike or I even realized he did not let us hear our baby’s heartbeat until we were on our way home. Why?? Simply because we were both so amazed and excited by the sight of our little spawn changing in only 2 weeks into this amazing little PERSON! Our skittle is officially a baby! With legs, arms, and fingers and toes. The instant that the doctor found our little skittle, now baby, we were shocked. He was kicking and moving around like he had somewhere to go. The doctor said that we would get to count the fingers and toes if the baby would stop for even a second, but of course being Michael’s child he did not stop but instead kept on kicking punching. I have never seen something so small being so active. The pictures we have do not do justice to what we saw this day. We clearly saw our baby’s eyes, nose, mouth, body, arms, and legs! My thought is this baby has to be all boy and will be a star athlete. I don’t think most people’s babies move around that much at 11 weeks. So we still have plenty of first....the first time to hear the heartbeat will be on my mom’s birthday!

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