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Last week was my first full week back at work. My classroom moved, so I had a lot of rearranging and unpacking to do. Luckily, there were some helpful teachers in my hallway, a couple of kind NHS students that popped in to assist, and a lovely husband who spent his Friday afternoon finishing up for me. Nevertheless, I still ended up with a sore back and a need for a long nap by the end! The students will be in on Tuesday!
Friday morning I had another ultrasound. When I did my genetic screening (around 12 weeks), it showed that everything was fine with the baby, but that I have a low blood protein (PAPP-A), which can sometimes indicate placental issues leading to low birth weight. So, I've been going in to the OB every week since about 26 weeks for a non-stress test to monitor her activity and heart rate. I also get an ultrasound every month to check her growth.
What I saw blew me away. I had no idea a regular sonogram could show this much detail!