Friday, April 18, 2008



Yesterday we got to hear our baby's heartbeat. It was such a neat and exciting thing. The second Dr. Herta put the Doppler on my stomach we heard the heartbeat. She said that's never happened before, probably cause I'm so skinny. Our baby's heart rate was 154 and strong. We are so blessed to be expecting this baby, and we love it already.

9 comments:

Ann said...

Isn't that so exciting? You and Chris are so cute. I loved your story. When it's all put into perspective nothing else matters does it? It's awesome to feel the love you can have for someone else that isn't even here yet. I'm exciting for you guys!

Aubreydoll said...

How exciting! I bet that must've been so awesome for you guys! It really does make everything more real since you're not really showing this early in the pregnancy.

Alyson said...

How awesome to hear the heartbeat! and you are really skinny. No surprises there...

j & rachel kirkham said...

What a great sound to hear so strongly! Congratulations!!

Sami and Mark said...

Yay for hearing the heartbeat. That is so exciting that you are pregnant :). My doctor also found my baby's heartbeat right away and he told me also that it is because I am so skinny. So yay for being skinny!! :) I am so excited for you.

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Schrievers in a Nutshell said...

congrats guys that is awesome and exciting!!

Janee said...

Isn't that wonderful! Dan and I were bawling when we heard Maya's heart beat for the first time. It made the pregnancy real for us!

LOL - the exact same thing happened when we heard the heart beat and my doc said it was because I was so skinny too!

Jennalee :) said...

Very cooL! It is always such a relief too. You know they always say that girl's heart beats are faster :) haha Oh the funny pregnancy "facts"...