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1st Doctors Appointment

This morning I woke up and called the doctor to make sure everything was good for our appointment this afternoon. They told me for some reason I was not in the system. I about had a cow. They had sent me all the paper work and I even had a chart number, which they looked up and some other girl had been given that number. They told me I could come in on Monday to see the doctor I wanted to see. I told them NO WAY! I was coming today. Who could I see! My appointment got changed to 2:15 and was with Dr. Sellers. They told me I probably wouldn't get an ultrasound since the tech was out. I decided that I was not going to leave that office till they did some kind of ultrasound on me. I didn't need them to tell me I was pregnant. I already knew that :) Taylor met me at the doctors office. I was so anxious I could barely sit still while we waited. We had a great visit with the nurse and Dr. Sellers. Everything looked good. He was so nice and did not make me feel rushed at all. I told him about the mix up this morning and that I was suppose to see a different doctor. I told him though that he was passing my test and if he really wanted to win us over he could by doing an ultrasound. I was so happy when he said he had already planned on doing on :) Seeing the baby was truly amazing. He measured the baby to be 9 weeks 3 day. Which put me one day ahead. We got to see and hear the heart beat. It was so cool. Neither Taylor or I could say much. So my report is everything looks good and the baby is growing away :) My next appointment is in a month and then he said we would find out the sex of the baby on our 18th week. We can not wait! Taylor and I both walked out without the ultrasound pictures so I will have to post them later after I go back and pick them up. We are such ding dongs. :) - Sarah

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