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28 week appointment

Tomorrow, Tim and I are going in to see Dr. Peters for my monthly check up! This includes the famously 'condensed' glucola syrup substance that I need to drink an hour before they draw blood to check glucose levels (looking for things in myself, like diabetes). another big part of the appointment, outside of bloodwork, and the standard urine, weight, blood pressure tests, we will have a chance to meet our baby though ultrasound for the fourth time!

This ultrasound is very important, as we are going to take a closer look at the development of the kidneys/cavities within, the little parts near where the kidney is attached to the ureters. at our 20 week appt, these cavities were holding more urine, and therefore were enlarged. Please pray with us for this important check tomorrow afternoon-- Tuesday at 3pm mountain time. pray for healthy development of baby, for the proper things to be seen during the ultrasound, and that the kidneys are back to normal. Pray for His presence to surround us at the visit.

We trust that Our God has made this baby in His image, and that His will for our lives is only GOOD. We depend on Him to provide all our physical needs for our family. We are His.

In Love,
Mama Amy

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