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23 Weeks, Baby!

Okay, I know this was a little bit late to be put up... but, it's up! I am feeling great, loving every moment of this pregnancy! Thank God for the little movements, and reassurance He blesses us with everyday. Sometimes I think that I should worry about a little something, and then I remember I'm not going to :)

Tim and I are very excited to start a new tradition: reading scripture aloud together! This is going to be great for our marriage, and I think an excellent way to start out raising our children.

Keep praying for baby's kidney's, and normally healthy development.

I go in on Thursday the 21st for my monthly check up. This will be measurements of my belly (baby's growth, too), hearing heart beat again (I LOVE that--I'm going to try to record it), and blood work (I don't love that).

Love, Amy and Kastenbaby--'lil KB

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The Adamack's said…
Dang girl! That bump is growing, it's gonna be August 12th before we know it!
Thinking of you and KB xoxo love Auntie Weesha
I KNOW! Jordy looked at me on Sunday and did a double take. He was like "Woah... you're like, pregnant!" he gave Tim and Ethan a look that was like, did you guys see this? :) It was funny, but he hadn't seen me in a couple weeks, so I'd changed quite a bit in that time!

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