I haven't logged on since my frantic posts early on in my pregnancy- I got pregnant on accident with a terrible A1C and I was terrified that something was going to be wrong with my baby. Well, my sweet Waverly was born January 9th via c-section and with the exception of her sugar being a little low at birth she was perfect. She was 8 lbs. and only delivered by c-section at 39 weeks because I was induced and her heart rate was dropping after contractions. So, everyone, do not be discouraged or think that you cannot do it or if your pregnancy is not planned just know that you CAN have a healthy baby!

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Congratulations Sara! She is beautiful!! Hope that you are doing well and sleeping when you can!

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