Friday, December 14, 2007

Rechaka (Sanskrit for exhale)

46 chromosomes and healthy.

Also, as someone aptly pointed out in the comments, only 10 toes. (Sheesh, can you tell how nerve wracked I was?).

And it looks like we have to change Junior's name to something a little more, um, girly.

Bring on the little pink ski helmet and rhinestone-studded goggles.

Good lord, what is Cowboy going to do with two of us?

Deepest rechaka. Ever.

23 comments:

Sarah said...

PINK SKI HELMET!

Yay! So glad everything is well.

(Gah, I'm so nervous about my appt. on Monday, 7w3d after 3 m/c, no babies...which is why I'm reading your blog...thanks for popping in on mine even though it isn't IF related :))

Have a great ski trip!

E said...

OMG - I can totally picture that little helmet! Yay for such great news and for improved counting ability on your part.

Von said...

ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC NEWS.............
Yes. Exhale and enjoy.
XXXXXXXXX

Waiting Amy said...

Oh so so so so so so WONDERFUL!

Poor cowboy, he'll be out estrogened.

Thrilled for you! Enjoy your holiday!

Meg said...

So happy for you, I have goosebumps!

What fun news, you should celebrate this weekend!

amy said...

You'll be amazed how quickly a little girl can wrap a manly man around her finger...Congrats on the great test results!!

Amy
dancingwithinfertility.blogspot.com

Wordgirl said...

Oh MS. Planner...

I got goosebumps reading your post...and then I got them again...I'm not sure I've ever been so touched by a happening for a person whose face I've never actually seen...

Wide, huge smile for you out here in the mountainless midwest.

Pam

Lori said...

Pink! Pink! Yayyyyyy, pink!

Yippeeeeeee!

Carrie said...

Oh my. I briming with delighted tears. Thank the stars, I needed some good news and, wow, it seldom gets better than this.
And a girl, you're going to have a daughter. How amazing? A healthy, ten toed, little girl.
I am so very happy for you. Cowboy is a very lucky man, he will adore you both, and I'm sure neither of you will never forget that.
And your little girl, well, she's one of the luckiest children ever. You're going to be such an amazing mother.
Take care of you all xxxx

Thalia said...

Oh so very exciting, congratulations! A girl!

Caro said...

Great news!

stickybun07 said...

wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. I'm tearing up for you & Cowboy. (and I agree. I give it 10 seconds before she's got Cowboy wrapped around her fingers.) :-)

Kim said...

Woo Hoooooo!!!

Mrs. B said...

Oh yay!!!!! I'm so thrilled!!!

A little girl, a sweet little baby girl, you must be so excited!

Glad to know she does not have the extra 10 ten that you said last time, I wasn't going to say anything, but....

Wonderful news and a wonderful day for you both!

Watson said...

Congrats on the good news, I am sooo happy for you!

XOXO,

Watson

Coffeegrl said...

I especially love the idea of the rhinestones ;) Congratulations!

JJ said...

Oh Ms. P! So, so happy--you've been in my thoughts, and I am so glad things are going so well! YAY pink;)

L said...

A little pink ski hat! I am so very happy for you!

You know that old wives' tale that girls make you puke more?

Rechaka. Rechaka. Rechaka.

MissedConceptions

SaraS-P said...

Excellent news.

Von said...

The tabby weed on me. He is a very sensitive soul. His sister, the black and white one, is too daft to be sensitive.....

niobe said...

I sooo missed the boat on this one. But, though I'm chiming in late, I'm thrilled about your healthy little girl. As for the name, Junioretta, perhaps?

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