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Passed My Glucose Test!!!!

Wednesday morning if you all remember I had to go in for additional glucose test. I past all of them which is so great. "Thank you Lord!" I feel so blessed He has been so good to us. Today I woke up feeling like crap. I am sure I am not the only one right now being totally over taken by the pollen in the air. Every year about this time I get this gunk and it usually turns into bronchitis. I have had the hardest time breathing today. It probably doesn't help that I don't have much room to breath with a growing baby in my belly pushing on all of my organs. I took it easy today and have a doctors appointment tomorrow morning. Taylor has been such a good hubby. He brought me some soup home for lunch and is now cooking us dinner. He really can cook good. :) Brit and Silas came up to see me this afternoon which totally made me feel better :) Silas wanted to crawl all over KiKi (that is what he is calling me) I love it. Oh, time for dinner. I will post later. I need to show you guys another belly shot. It for sure has grown this week. -Sarah


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