Finally home from the doctor office. The ultrasound went well. I forget how unenjoyable ultrasounds are towards the end. She finally let me lay on my side and finished the ultrasound...these babies are heavy!
Baby A (Kaitlyn) is head down and curled into a tiny little ball. She weighs 3 lbs 12 oz and is growing well. We didn't get very many statistics on her because she was so curled up and hiding.
Baby B (now Molly?) is still transverse and enjoying my rib cage...no joke. She is so high up the the ultrasound almost became a little too intimate for me. :) She is nice and stretched out and enjoying the high life of having all the room. She is the big baby right now weighing in at 4 lbs 4 oz. During the ultrasound the tech showed me some great pics of her. The tech pointed out little fat rolls. Cute! I've never had a baby with fat rolls (at least until they are nearly a year), so that would be neat. She also showed me Baby B's hair waving on top of her head. Apparently she'll be a good match to Joshua, who was SUPER hairy when he came out!
As of now, the difference in their weights and the fact that Baby B would most likely be breech means we are gearing up for a C-Section. We discussed my fears and dislikes for this and I am left hoping that Baby A goes through a nice growth spurt.
He commented that my contractions seem to be under control. Basically, I'm past the point of utter scariness so if I go into labor, the babies will be fine. However, I'd much MUCH rather wait a fwe more weeks. Seriously, if I can make it to 35-36 weeks I'll be golden. Scary to think that's only 3 weeks away.
Tip of the day from the doctor: Take orange juice with iron pills so you don't feel like puking all the time. Not sure if this works, but it's the advice he gave me. We'll see!!!!!!