What more can I say . . . I have reached the point of just being uncomfortable! I have never had so much leg and back pain with the other girls. It's weird all of my other pregnancies although having some differences were very similar, not this one at all. I don't know if it's because I am 34 whereas I was in my 20's with 3 of the 4 girls. If that is it I don't see how people can do this in their 40's and 50's . . . LOL
My belly continues to grow at what I feel is an alarming rate. Cal thinks it is adorable; I am just hoping it is my stomach growing and not necessarily her getting too big. With each passing day we are growing more anxious to meet our daughter. While on one hand time is going by quickly on the other it seems time is standing still.
Cal had his procedure and they were successfully able to get some biopsy samples. The 2 hours I waited while he was getting the procedure done seemed like an eternity. I was more than thrilled that he did not have to go to the OR and that they were able to get some samples. The Interventional Radiologist was a genius in his approach and took the time to get the job done, once again thank-you Kaiser. Now comes the waiting, 7-10 days for the results. We are pretty sure it is cancer but we are also trying to hold onto the hope it is nothing. Either way we are ready to get the ball rolling and do what needs to be done.