Sunday, December 3, 2006


Welcome to our blog. This is the first time either of us have attempted this, so bear with us as we work out the bugs. Hopefully, our learning curve will not be very long.
On October 18th, Randi and I found out we were pregnant. On November 6th, we had our first ultrasound and found out that we were having twins. It is now the first of December, and I will try to get you caught up on the first month of our pregnancy. Everything looked great in the first weeks. Randi tried to keep working, but was suffering with extreme fatigue. On November 13th, she started cramping and bleeding. We feared the worst. The next day we found out that she had a blood clot between the placentas and the uterine wall, called a subchorionic hematoma. Thankfully, both babies looked fine, but we needed to keep a closer eye on the situation. She has remained on bed rest since then in order to alleviate the situation, and, after our visit to a perinatologist yesterday, it has been working. She has been given the "all clear" to return to work. Hopefully, this will be the only real hiccup we encounter over the next 6 months.