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The Apple-Softball.

Baby at 15 weeks, about the size of an Apple in one list, and "nearly the size of a Softball" in another.
Tomorrow (Thursday), I go for our 16 week check-up. Hoping to maybe hear the heartbeat, and wondering what else we'll do there. Yay! Pray for a healthy baby & mama as we venture to see Dr. L :)


Okay. It's official. You're the cutest little mama on the planet. Yep, on the PLANET. :) Love you and the little apple! Can't wait to meet KB. (I think for now I will call her or him KB... for Kastenbaby... is that okay?)
That's great with me... I like KB. I've actually been saying that sometimes, too.

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