We had the anatomy ultrasound today. For some reason, the OB scheduled it a bit earlier than normal (16 weeks when usually it is 18-20 weeks). Everything looked normal and healthy, although I found out that I have a huge fibroid tumor in my uterus. Not shocking, since they run in the family. The OB did not seem concerned about it crowding the baby, though. Interestingly enough, I saw it myself this morning at work when ultrasounding the baby. I just wasn't sure what it was. I'm proud that I noticed something abnormal though!
So, it is a girl, as I suspected. Evaline (Eva) Catherine will be her name. We're tossing around Evaline Robin too, after Jim's grandmother and my mother. Mostly because I think that naming your kids after yourself is kinda narcissistic. Jim does not agree. So, we'll see. Eva is pretty set in stone, at least.
In other small critter news, our first kitten of the season is thriving. He is fat as a tick and sincerely confused as to his species (or ours). He thinks either that he is a small, furry person or that we are large, hairless cats. Ah, the downside of bottle-raising singleton kittens. Alas, I could not find him a buddy. He will need a home soon though!
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