Smile though your heart is aching Smile even though it's breaking When there are clouds in the sky You'll get by If you smile through your tears and sorrow, Smile, and maybe tomorrow You'll see the sun come shining through If you light up your face with gladness, Hide every trace of sadness Although a tear may be ever so near That's the time you must keep on trying, Smile, what's the use in crying? You'll find that life is still worth while, if you just Smile.
Well, what else can I do?
I got a phone call a few days ago from a nurse at Dr. Luikenaar's office saying that it would be fine for me to fly.
I got a phone call this morning from a nurse. Dr. Luikenaar said that after thinking about what we found in the last ultrasound, it probably wouldn't be a good idea to fly in my condition. She said that I need to stay in areas that have the Hospitals that are capable of what we might need in case I deliver early.
Also, the nurse asked about FMLA and if I wanted to stop working right now. I said that I wanted to work as long as I can depending on how I feel and when the baby comes. The nurse said "well, Dr. Luikenaar may want to put you on moderate bedrest, meaning no trips, no long walks, strenuous activity....you would be able to get up for things like cooking and using the bathroom. She also wanted to see you before you planned on going anywhere."
I have an appointment scheduled for the 23rd, and told the nurse about it. She said yes, but Dr. Luikenaar would like to see me sooner than that. So we made an appointment for tomorrow at 4pm to discuss the ultrasound results and FMLA and the Bedrest subject.
I was able to talk to Bleu during his lunch break and told him the news. He was a little frustrated that it had changed from "ok" to "not ok" in two days, but understands that we need to do what's best for the baby. He said "well, you have a sewing machine, you could definately get a lot done." :) He took a big breath and said "Well, we'll just do what we can."
I'm really hoping that I will be able to go to our Girl's Weekend Out, but I will have to discuss it with the Doctor. I don't know how much driving I'll be allowed to do by myself.
SO! I will be going in to see her tomorrow, and I will be sure to let you know what happens.