I went to the Doctor on Thursday for my 16 week check up. I wanted to tell you some wonderful things about my Doctor, Dr. Ford before I finish the story of my visit. He is a very spiritual man with 5 children all under the age of 10, and he has a great wife that home schools their children. Here are just some reasons why I'm glad he is my doctor.
1. He gave my friend his wife's cell phone number to call and talk to her about some similar problems his wife had after having two babies close together. What other doctor do you know would do that?
2. While in the delivery room with one of my friends, the baby became stressed and had some complications and he STOPPED and said a prayer (his idea) with the couple before delivering the baby.
3. My friend was struggling with whether or not to have her tubes tied and Dr. Ford told them to go home and pray about it some more before they make their decision.
4. In his office he has Christian music playing and he has bible verses in each room that are very comforting during these times in women's lives.
These are just a few reasons I'm so glad he is my doctor. What better way to welcome a child into the world with a doctor who relies on God for strength and wisdom in his everyday life and practice.
Here is the latest sonogram picture.. It is not very good, but I figured I'd post what I have at this time.
So back to my Thursday visit. It was quite frustrating to say the least. First off I rushed in after school traffic to get to the bank to pick up George to make it to my visit. I was driving the Corvette cause my car is in the shop and it was very hot and sunny that afternoon while I waited. Then 5 minutes before my appointment, George called and said he wasn't going to make it off work in time to go with me and just to go on. I was already running late, so I walked quickly to the office in the hospital on the 5th floor. Then my blood pressure was 150/80, and I feel this was due to my stress and fast paced walking to make it on time. Did I mention that I had had a dream the night before that I kept trying to get to my appointment and just never could make it there?
Then, once again Dr. Ford could not find the heart beat on the Doppler which was stressful AGAIN... He said he was not concerned, and that the baby must just be deep in my pelvis. I was kind of excited at this point cause and I said "Yay, maybe I can find out the sex of the baby".. Dr. Ford said "I already have an idea of what it is, and no, I'm not going to tell you yet because sometimes girls can get mistaken at times.
Going into the waiting room to wait on the sonogram machine, I was thinking ITS A GIRL.. What he just said to me means he thinks its a girl. So I wait and I think, I can talk him into telling me when we do the sonogram.
During the sonogram I was sad that George wasn't there to see the baby again, but I was super happy to hear the heartbeat and a good report. While Dr. Ford was talking about the baby he kept saying "He..." "He is moving..." So I said "HE???" and he said "HE OR SHE"... UGHHHHHHHHHH
Needless to say I was frustrated and confused after my visit about the gender, but was happy that it is healthy and well. So he said "SEE YOU IN 4 Weeks, and then you will find out!" Not what I wanted to hear after my long day.
So there you go, in 25 days on Oct. 2nd, hopefully we will have our answer.. PINK OR CAMO!!