Wednesday, December 21, 2011

One Little Bean!

My IPs flew in today for the first ultrasound. One little embryo snuggled in for the journey! They measured the embryo, the sac and yolk. We were able to see a heart beat and even get a heart rate for them. Everyone was very excited. Later we had dinner before I drove back home.

Tomorrow, they'll be driving up to see where I live and meet my kids. They'll also get to meet my mom. Actually, my mom has been able to meet each of my IPs, although usually it's at the birth, so I'm excited she'll be able to meet my new guys too.

Sorry I don't have a picture . . . since the guys were there they got them and I forgot to take a picture. I'll see if they'll send me a picture of the photo so I can share. If not, you'll see one in 2 more weeks.

It was weird to see only one baby on the ultrasound since the last two times were twins . . . but don't get me wrong, I'm going to love only carrying one this time, after two sets of twins, it should be cake ;)

8 comments:

Doug and Bill said...

one amazing bean. congrats! pics, please! happy holidays!

Madgew said...

So excited for you and the IP's. Glad you mom is there to support you for everything. I can't wait to follow this adventure. I can see why everyone wants you as a surrogate. Your uterus does work miracles. It and you amaze me.

Jesse said...

Yay!! Congrats!! Instead of being my cycle buddy, now you're my preggo buddy! :)

Krystal said...

Yay!! I'm glad everything went well and can't wait to see the little bean! :)

Heidi said...

Congrats to you all!!! What a great Christmas present for the papas. Merry Christmas darlin'.

Courtney said...

Yay! So exciting! Congrats! Can't wait to follow this journey :)

Susan said...

I did twins twice and then a singleton and let me tell you, that singleton after all those twins felt downright easy. Worked the whole way through. Never got winded. Carried a week overdue and never felt big. Went back to work 4 days post c-section.

Congrats on the singleton and ENJOY the pregnancy. :)

Jessica said...

Congrats! Cant wait to see pictures, and to follow the little bean grow :)