Happy News for the New Year!

I think it’s safe to officially announce now that I’m pregnant! I mean, it’s still early (see ticker to the right), but I’ve worked really hard for this and so I want to enjoy every moment I can from this good news.  I had an ultrasound today and both of the little sacs we saw on Saturday have yolk sacs! We saw a heartbeat on one of them, and she thinks the other one just might have implanted a little later. I’m so excited–I feel totally positive about the one and very optimistic about the other. It’ll be okay if it ends up not being twins, but right now it’s looking very possible. I have another ultrasound in a week so I’ll post the results then.  Happy New Year!

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3 responses to “Happy News for the New Year!

  1. Meg

    That first time you see a heartbeat is the biggest thrill. Yay! Glad you’re found the preggy tickers. Even if you don’t use it, you should at least check out: http://tickers.baby-gaga.com/pregnancy.php
    (Enter due date, select “humor” for the weekly text, and enjoy the snarkiness for 40 long weeks.)

  2. I know, it brought tears to my eyes.

    Yes, I’ve seen the snarky ticker and thought of using it, but I don’t really like their choice of ticker backgrounds. Plus, the one I’m using allows me to use a twin marker and since right now it’s twins, it makes me happy! 🙂

    Thanks so much for all your love and support!!!

  3. Mom & Mike

    This is the best way ever to start a new year! Happy New Year to both – er, all-of you! We love you so much & looking forward to this wonderful 2009. Lots of love–

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