I’m happy to share that the SCH is smaller! Although my doctor said that we are not out of the woods yet, she is not as worried about our baby. There is nothing better than hearing that an SCH is “collapsing” and slowly going away.
We had our ultrasound yesterday and our little tadpole was waving its arms and legs around doing a little dance. I was so excited to see that it was doing well, I cried. I can’t express the gratefulness and blessed feeling I got when I saw it. I know I still have to be careful and that I can’t be running around.
While my movements are still limited (but I am not confined to the bed), I’ve been crafting with my mom and daughter. I find that it is really helpful to craft and make bows with them to break up the day to day.
Yesterday, we made the cutest little Pom Pom Spiders. I’ll do a post on how to make them because they were just the cutest things ever. I think I’m going to ask my husband to hang them in our tree outside.
Hope you are all doing well!