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Published on August 27, 2014, by Jen in Pregnancy.

I had a lengthy “wish list” for this – my final pregnancy. 1. That my gestational diabetes would be mild and manageable. 2. That this baby would pick a favorable position 3. That I would be able to go into labor naturally. 4. That the timing of said labor would not interfere with John’s Master

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Published on July 10, 2014, by Jen in Uncategorized.

and he was awesome At the advice of Dr. Lopez-Zeno (my specialist), I had a consult with Dr. Kupke, the Neonatologist/Geneticist at Northside Hospital where we will deliver. To be honest, I was more annoyed that I had yet another appointment to go to (at 3pm, on a school night, to fight rush hour home

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Here is what I know: I serve an all-knowing God He is good…all the time. My son is missing his corpus callosum entirely. The technical name is complete agenesis of the corpus callosum. The CC connects the left and right hemispheres of the brain and facilitates communication between the two. It is a congenital birth

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This morning’s Google search has been concentrated on preparing for our Fetal MRI tomorrow. If you don’t know WHY I’m having a Fetal MRI, please read this. I’ve had a week to think about this – which is a dangerous thing. I will share with you some of my irrational fears. Please do feel free to

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Published on June 18, 2014, by Jen in Pregnancy.

Today, I am 28 weeks and 3 days into my pregnancy, so I thought I’d just post an update while I twiddle my thumbs waiting for my Fetal MRI next Tuesday, 6/24, with Dr. Desai at CHOA – Egleston (they have a partnership with the Emory University Radiology Department to do this sort of imaging

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