Our midwife appointment went well. Uneventful, as usual. I did have some protein in my urine but the midwife didn’t seem to be concerned at this point. My weight was up by 2 pounds. My blood pressure was 118/78. Kate felt around for the baby and only found one. She found the baby’s heartbeat in at least 5 places but was pretty sure it was just from one baby. She forgot to tell me what the heartrate was, though. She said my fundal height was only 34 cm (up just 1 cm from 2 weeks ago) but I’m not convinced. [I’ll take another picture on Wednesday (30 weeks) and you ladies can tell me whether or not you think I’ve grown more than 1 cm in two weeks. I’m getting about 37 cm measuring myself.] Anyway, she mentioned that there was a doctor in town who had done quick, inexpensive u/s for other clients wondering about baby’s position. She said maybe he’d be willing to do one for us and fit us in while we were already close by. She called his office and we got an appointment right away. We waited for awhile in the waiting room and were finally called to the room. The doctor has an old, almost vintage (1984), portable u/s machine in this room. He asked a few questions and then told me to get up on the table. He spent a good while looking all over and said he only found one baby. The baby is head down with his/her back to my right side. The placenta is at the top front. We were able to see all four chambers of the heart. He was pretty impressed with that. He said that maybe the machine was better than he thought. 🙂 How silly/sad is it to be disappointed that there is only one. :blush: I keep hoping there was another baby hiding in there but I know that is not at all likely being that I’m almost 30 weeks along. It was amazing that we got to see our precious little one, though. So now I’m concerned about having a huge baby. I’m sure I could handle a 10 pound baby without any problems but what if the baby is even bigger than that? Sorry for rambling. I know I should just be so thrilled that we have one healthy baby that we get to meet in just a couple short months! God is good!