Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sweet Boy!

Here is a profile of Jonathan sucking his thumb. What a sweet boy!

Well, I had my 31 week appointment today. After an ultrasound to check Jonathan's growth, it was determined that he is a very healthy growing boy! It is estimated that he already weighs 4 lbs 10 oz., and he is measuring 11 days bigger than his due date shows he should be. As if I wasn't stressed that he was going to be a big boy before now, I really am after hearing that news! For goodness sakes, Ross weighed 11 pounds. Eleven pounds! Now I figure that I will be delivering before I am full term, so hopefully I won't be having anywhere near an eleven pound baby. The goal right now is to make it to 36 weeks. That will be December 2, and Dr. P will be on-call then; so for now, December 2nd is the goal. From here on out, I will have a non-stress test to check for baby distress and prenatal visits every week until delivery. I could be bringing home this sweet baby boy in 5 weeks. Oh, and bed rest. He did say that he was not putting me on strict bed rest, but that I do really need to take it easy. In his words, "I don't want you out running around all day, but taking care of your kids is okay." So, I will take it easy so that I can bring home my beautiful baby boy.

3 comments:

The Scott Family said...

Sweet sweet baby J. I can't wait to see who he looks like. I remember when Hannah was born. She came out looking like her daddys twin. Can't wait to see him!! Also, so glad that Dr. P didn't put you on strict bed rest. You must have been a good girl this week! ;) Talk to ya soon! LYLAS! Haha. That made me smile. :)

Kathleen Villar said...

Just popped over to see how things in the Green family were going. Didn't know we would be having babies at the same time- I am 34.5 weeks. :) Cora is a big girl like her brother was and my c-section is the 10th of Dec., but as my doctor said at this week's NST "we may have a November baby." Good luck "taking it easy" and can't wait to here of your little guy's arrival.

emma jacob said...

3D ultrasounds opened a new revolution in this century we should thank the Olaf von Ramm who is the developer of the new revolution .its really amazing Idea i can see the very clear View Of My 2nd baby in My ovary :)