So, I have been so sick this week that I haven't even had time to blog about a very important decision. We have chosen an OB. Actually I am just going to my regular OB. For those of you who do not know, Josh and I were debating going to a new OB so we can delivery at the new hospital by our house. However, after researching ratings and talking to other moms/nurses/medical supply salespeople I found out I am actually in the best position I can be right now with my regular OB/GYN. Dr. Seymann (yes, gets your giggles out now because I am sure you will hear his name multiple times in this blog over the next 6 months :o) is ranked one of the highest OBs in the Valley. He is on the Top Docs list all the time. And every person who is involved in the medical industry tells me he is "Oh my gosh, so good!". And then the hospital, which is the same hospital I was born at, is ranked number three in the Valley, with a NICU ranked number one. So I am feeling pretty good about it. Plus, when I called to make an appointment they all remembered who I was and when I said I was pregnant, every gal in the office was excited and congratulating me. It was really cute! So Josh and I went to the Doctor on Wednesday. We got to hear the heartbeat again too, which never gets old, and it was healthy and strong. Unfortunately, my ultrasounds have come to a halt. I won't get another one of those until they determine the sex, which is the end of February. So the plus side is I am not considered as high of a risk as I thought, yay! But I do not get ultrasounds every other week now, bummer! Oh well, at least I get to work out a little now. At the doctor's office I had only gained two more pounds, putting me at 4 pounds total. But my clothes are getting a little bit snug. Annoying! I would take some belly pics, but right now I just look chubby. The best part are my boobs, and I am not showing those on the blog. Oh well. So until my tummy gets preggo and cute, no pics. On a happy note, I did get a 120 dollar maternity top yesterday for 20 dollars. Yay! And yay for getting a doctor that we trust with our little one!!