Seriously...if I tell jacob one more time that I need to go to the ER, I'm pretty sure he will refuse unless I stop breathing. 3 ER trips since we have been together! This boy has been such a trooper though. He holds my hand and stays with me the whole time even when I'm super snappy because I'm rolling around dramatically in pain.
So yesterdays ER trip started yesterday as I woke up and was getting ready to go to work when the pain in my left middle back started. I tried to get myself to work but the pain was so intense I couldn't even drive. So I called my manager while I was bawling due to extreme pain, drove to my Mom's, and was met there by Jacob and his Dad who give me a blessing and get me to the ER. I felt it was probably kidney stones since I have had them 3 times now and I recognized the pain, but I was so nervous because this time theres a baby in ther! After an ultra sound of my kidneys and one of the baby, turns out I have a large stone passing because my ureter was much "fatter" on that side as the ER doc described it. And the baby, PERFECT. It was so crazy seeing that little guy or gal again because I haven't seen it since I was 7 weeks and it basically looked like a blob. This time I saw its facial features, lil hands & feet, and a cute HUGE tummy! It was fun to see him/her again. I asked if she could tell me the sex cause the baby is measuring like a week and a half passed the due date, but she said she wasn't that type of tech that could tell its gender. It was so fun to see da wittle baby.
So now I'm chillin at home, waiting for this freakin boulder to pass. I just hope and pray child birth isn't as bad as the pain I've experienced with kidney stones. Here are some pics to document our many ER trips.So hopefully we'll be done with the ER for awhile, pretty sure we've had enough trips there to last us for our whole marriage. Next time to the hospital will be in November, when we'll leave with our CHILD!!! So crazy.