Tonight the Patterson Clippers are facing the #1-ranked Lake Clifton. Even though Harry says it could get ugly, it should be a fun game to watch none the less.
There hasn't been much change in my body this week. Other than some mild "evening sickness" and slight cramping, I don't really feel any different. I'm still not showing yet and my pants are buttoning up easier now. I was really bloated in the beginning, and I think it is starting to ease up a bit.
Harry and I are still deciding whether or not to have the genetic screening completed. On one hand, I really want to see our Little Miracle again, just to make sure everything is still ok. On the other hand, we may be paying a lot of money for potentially inaccurate results. Kristen informed me that Damian tested positive for Down's Syndrome twice....and we all know that he is fine. I'm not sure I want to be worrying over something that could be nothing; I worry too much as it is!
Here’s what’s happening to our Little Miracle this week: he/she is shifting into the growth and maturation stage. After weeks in the critical development stage, almost all of the baby’s systems are fully formed.