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Friday, April 30, 2010

April 30, 2010

Afternoon nap :) Judah is 3 weeks old today!

Thursday, April 29, 2010

April 29, 2010

Evie and her friend Benjamin Johnson. We took a trip to the Frederick Meijer Gardens today; it was a blast!

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

April 28, 2010

Judah's first experience in the swing. Evie thought he needed to be pushed...

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Project 365-April 27, 2010

Daddy having bible story time with Evie and Judah

So I'm going to attempt to take a picture each day and post it on this blog. I've seen lots of people doing this lately and it seems like a cool idea. It will be fun to look back and have a sort of photo journal of this year (Judah's first year of life).

The Big Sister

Evie LOVES being a big sister! She is always wanting to give Judah hugs and kisses. When I bring her down from her room in the morning the first thing she says is "Ju Ju?" Life with two kids is a blast! I'm loving having both a little girl and a baby boy. God has been so good to our family!

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Judah Scott Borg

Born on Friday, April 9 2010 at 4:18 pm. Weighing in at 6 lbs 8 oz. and measuring 18.5 inches long. He is a very happy baby and we are enjoying having him home. We love him so much!!

Thursday, April 8, 2010

39 weeks!

The attempt to manually turn Judah last week failed. We have a c section scheduled for 3:30 pm tomorrow, April 9. The Lord has been very good to us in calming our anxieties and granting us a sense of peace about needing a c section. We are so so excited to meet our little boy tomorrow! Your prayers are greatly appreciated :)

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Thursday, April 1, 2010

38 weeks!

I thought it was about time for a brief pregnancy update :) I am 38 weeks today, yay! Currently Judah is still frank breech (in position for his butt to come out first). This is problematic because if he doesn't turn around soon it looks like I will end up having a C section :( Unfortunately very few doctors are trained to deliver breech babies vaginally anymore. Because of this a c section is lower risk. Tomorrow at 9:00 am I am going into labor and delivery to have an ECV (external cephalic version) done. This is where the doctor tries to manually get the baby into position by pushing around on the abdomen. We are praying that this works! The doctor has given it about a 40% chance of working in Judah's case. The placenta is anterior and in the way so will make it more difficult for him to do the somersault that he needs to do. There is a slight chance that the ECV will put need into labor, break my water or that Judah doesn't tolerate it well. In either of these cases I would probably end up having a c section tomorrow. We are trusting in God's goodness and sovereignty in all of this, knowing that he will not give us more than we can handle. We are extremely thankful that Judah appears to be very healthy and doesn't have any of the growth problems that Evie did. At our ultrasound last week it showed that he was already 6 pounds (Evie was less than 5 at birth). Anyway, we will try to keep this updated as we learn more. Thank you for your prayers!