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May 03, 2007


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Hey, you've arrived -- blog comment spam!:-)Congratulations, that is GREAT news.In my experience, these are about the last weeks when you can see all of each baby in the scans. From here on out, there going to be crowding each other too much to get full views.For our 22 week scan, the only print-worthy image we got of Gemma was a foot. LOL. At 31 weeks, we managed a shot of Wilder's eyes -- peaking between two bottoms. Hysterical.Take care, and don't push yourself!

Twisted Ovaries

Wow. I have so wanted to Enjoy Brazil, too.Congrats on a perfect NT. It's a little slice of peace of mind that you deserve!


yay! so glad that your little ones are doing great!


Whew, that's a big step to have behind you! It sounds like your babies are doing wonderfully--and how nice that Baby B takes after you already! During pregnancy, I though P would be as stubborn as I am. Here we are, he's 3 1/2, and he's...as stubborn as I am. You may be exactly right with their personalities!


Congrats,What great news...PHEW!!!And I hope everything continues to go so well:-)


Sounds good!




glad to hear that the NT measurements are good! great news! also glad that your doc is supporting you by listening to how you are feeling and helping you with your paperwork. you need to listen to your body first and foremost!

My Reality

Great news!


Anonymous... er, yeah. I mean father. Singular, of course. I've changed the post. Whoopsie!


This is GREAT news! I'm thrilled for you and am keeping my fingers crossed for a safe, uneventual pregnancy (as much as a triplet pregnancy can be). You know I don't live very far from you, so let me know if you need anything. Congratulations!!


Fantastic!! Yay babies!

Quilao Triplets

I had to stop by and say hello. I found you through Suzanne's blog. Unfortunately, I am not the poster child for the ideal triplet pregnancy (if there is such a thing) since I delivered at 25 weeks, but I wanted to let you know I will be praying for you and your family. I am a working mom and reading your earlier post about the shock and horror you received re: going back to work made my blood boil. I find that going to work is most often a much needed break that makes me appreciate the family I come home to so much more. It's not easy, but hey, parenting in general isn't easy! I was happy to read that you encountered a Peri who took his time with you and answered all of your questions. I will be checking back for updates:)Casey in CA


Everything sounds perfect! That is fantastic, Karen.

The Town Criers

Yay! I'm glad everything went well with the test. Huge sigh of relief. And he's right--don't push yourself. Your job is to grow the babies--not prove anything. And growing three babies is a HUGE job. More important and stressful than even being President. So there.


Congrats on the positive news! Sounds like you have 3 healthy fetuses in there!

Baby Blues

Wonderful news! Go Babies. Be good little ones and behave.

In Search of Morning Sickness

I've been lurking for a few months and just now decided I'd like to post, since a triplet pregnancy seems like an enormous burden and you seem to be handling it in a stellar way!I'm glad for you that the NT scan showed beautiful, healthy babies. Looking forward to more good things in the future. Just wanted to say hello.


wonderful news, so glad to hear that they are all doing well.

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