I am still in shock I think.
But in a good, good way.
I just got back from the perinatologist.
Her reaction to looking at my ultrasound?
"Well, everything looks great. Why exactly were you here today?"
To which I responded by bursting into tears and trying to speak but having only, "mfphgmnfphphp" come out.
She was entirely confused, "I dont understand, itsnt that good news?"
After I managed to gain something that resembled composure I sorta cried out, "Its amazing news! I was told I might lose the baby or that I could go into labor or that I might have to be on bed rest for the next 6 months. This is AMAZING news!"
I seriously felt like a weight was lifted right in that moment.
Turns out my doctor has just read her ultrasound wrong. She had requested that I bring in the copies of pictures she had taken last Wed. and when I showed them to the specialist, she said, "Oh yes. These are normal. Looks like she just measure wrong."
Like almost 3cm wrong! She told me I was 1.2 cm but today I measured 4 cm!
I felt like a million bucks as I got to make phone calls to my hubby and mom and dad. My mom got choked up a bit, and told me how lucky I was to have all the prayers and support.
I could not have agreed more.
I have been so nervous to get excited about things I had planned in the future… blogging conferences* and family vacations and of course, the birth of this precious child.
But now I am filled with excitement and hope!!
Thank you so, so much for your prayers and kind words and Scripture and thoughts. You never know, there just might have been a divine miracle at work here!
*I was asked to be a speaker at BlogHerFood in San Fransisco this year, which is actually just taking place in one week!