Saw the OB today, perfunctory as usual. Got poked but no measuring. When do they do that, anyway? Cricket was playing hide and seek, but we finally heard her; that sound never gets old. Had blood work done for Dr. Head, as well. Fun with needles! Didn't get yelled at about my weight, so I guess I'm okay. But really? I'm feeling worried it'll never all come off. Some of you have put on less than half of what I have and are farther along! Eek.
OB: "No movement yet, right?"
Me: "Actually, for 3 weeks now! And Braxton-Hicks contractions." (Forgot those in my updates - they are WEIRD!)
OB: "Really? This early?"
Hubby: "She keeps giggling when she gets kicked."
The rest of this post is the DS information that we were able to get, minus the feature sketches, which didn't save properly. I've wanted to document it for some time now, so if need be, we can print it in the future. So, meet the Baby Daddy, LOL.
Mr. F1738 is Caucasian, with a fair complexion. At the time his profile was filled out, he was 6'3", 153 lbs. He has green eyes, blond/wavy hair, and is right handed. He has a BA in General Studies and is a Videographer/Writer. He likes films, music, and snowboarding. He likes fish and reptiles, outdoor recreation, and considers himself to be creative/artistic. And he's a Taurus (just like Cricket might be). He comes from a German and Irish background, has 3 sisters, 2 brothers, and loves to sing and play the guitar, write, make films, snowboard and wrestle. He describes himself as lively, curious, temperamental and fun-loving.
Family history of allergies (cats, hay fever), heart attacks. O+ blood type. Excellent eyesight.
So, that's our Donor, in a very brief nutshell. Preserved for Cricket. 10 days until the ultrasound. Not that I'm counting...