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Kastenbaby at the 20 Weeks Ultrasound

We are blessed to announce that our baby is healthy! Of course, we constantly covet your prayers as we continue on through this growth and development process. We didn't (and aren't going to) find out the sex of our baby... So, we don't know :)
We Do Know:
Heart Rate of 150 bpm
All fingers, toes, bones, organs
Heart functions very healthy, and has all parts
A Big head: measured a little earlier due date than other parts (a Nordstrom?)
We have "a squirmer on our hands" according to the ultrasound tech.
Mom is healthy and feeling great.

Comments

mom-suzy said…
Hello little baby. I see you in mommy's womb and we think you are already a cutie. Both Grandpa and I are looking forward to holding you and finding out just how wonderful you smell, how deep your eyes are when you look at us, and even to hear you cry. We wonder how much hair you have, if your fingers and toes are long and if you are a boy or girl. I guess you are keeping it all secret. That's what God calls the place you are living in, "the secret place." We are so glad that you are safe and warm and we will be patient and wait for God to continue knitting you together. We love you.
Grandpa & Grandma
PS We got you a really fun toy, just like your little buddy Ben has. Ben thinks it's great to chew on, so you probably will too.

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