Good pics! I don't know if it is the distance, but think you actually look smaller with this one.
Names . . . I like Dillon. not as fond of Logan. and I like Aston (maybe it is just the -on endings I am keen on?)
Finnly Dax, Eli Dax . . .I think anything with Dax will sound cool, no matter how otherwise conventional it is. Even Edward Dax sounds kind of nifty, and Edward is one of my ick names.
My friend's induction must've gone very well, I think they tend to start inductions early in the morning, like between 5 and 6, and baby was out at 11 something. Not bad! she must've been very otherwise ready to go.
Tell me what you guys think here: my ultrasound yesterday, the point of which was to try to visual brain structures and the heart parts, didn't go well in that baby was not in a good position (plus I really think they just don't have the best equipment/sonographer either) for the ultrasound, so they want to refer me out for another ultrasound, to make sure everything is ok (because if anything is wrong I need to deliver at a different hospital). I know DH doesn't see the real need for any more scans, and while I think really, that everything is fine, I don't want any hang ups in the office being supportive of my VBAC. I know they can't force me to c-section and even if it is scheduled I needn't show up, but I really don't want to have to fight them for it, if that makes sense. So I think I should go to the referral (plus, and this is the silly side of me, we haven't really gotten any good pics of the LO yet, because the same sonographer says she wasn't in a great position last time)
FWIW - the first time, baby was breech, and face up. yesterday she was transverse, head to the left, and face down. I mean, if neither of those positions works for you, I really don't know what will. And the sonographer said, well, I should have eaten first (I did have coffee) and baby might have moved more. I really think, just eating wouldn't necessarily make baby more cooperative.
so I guess, the question is, while it seems largely unnecessary, would you still go for the next u/s?
The doc I saw was fine, I still haven't gained any weight and blood pressure is good. She said baby is measuring a little small (20%) but I told her that DS was small too, so perhaps I just grow small babies. Anyway that was my drama for the day.
MW: DH does the same thing if he wakes up with DS: he will try to calm him down, etc and I usually have to go get him. He would calm down if you just laid him in bed with us. Why do you fight it? I can't go back to sleep until he's calm anyway.
now, when DS was still nursing through the night, that wasn't an issue, as clearly all he wanted and needed was mama milk.