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Oh Baby Andrews

Let me start off by saying that all the prayers worked!!!! The little one had the legs open during the whole ultrasound! I was so thrilled! I was sure we were going to walk out of that place knowing we are having a baby boy or a baby girl! We all stared at the screen trying to put the parts together and figure out what we were looking at. 98% of the time when we had "the shot" there was nothing to see. We all said girl and the tech even said girl. The at the end she said ok "it looks like you're having a boy!" The room went quiet! Not that we weren't excited, we were all shocked. I was bummed because none of us are convinced either way. Trust me we are going to be thrilled either way, we just want to be sure before all the shopping, planning and registering begins! I must admit that in a way the suspense of this is kind of fun. I know that the Lord is teaching me something through this. He knows that I'm a planner and for some reason I'm not supposed to be planning yet! I don't know what it is, but this morning was great. It was so fun to have our family there with us. In a way not knowing is nice because it just means we get more ultrasounds, I already have a book going! In case you are wondering we are going back next friday to try again. It's our free one so maybe that will be the day! We'll see! Baby Andrews was moving all around today...showing off and doing summer saults! So cute!! We got another dvd, I think this child has more time on tape and more pictures than I have when I was a baby! Thanks for praying, at least it looks like we have a healthy baby and thats all we can ask for. We're so thankful. Maybe we'll have an update next week! :)

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