Friday, July 3, 2009

Stuff

I should really go to bed...but first, a few notes.

1) About IUDs... I asked my RE about them, and he said he would prefer I didn't get one. Why? Well, they are supposed to not have any side effects, but every once in a while it causes scar tissue in the uterus and there's no way I want to make it harder for myself to have kids later on. (Case in point is our wonderful blogger friend Nancy...I don't know if her scar tissue was related to her having an IUD, but she had one and then had multiple surgeries to get rid of scar tissue.) I just don't want to take that kind of a chance when I have other options.

2) Dovid rolled over the other day! He went back to front, which I hear is harder, and he may have had a little help from his Grandma. All I know is she called me in saying he rolled over and that he was now on his front. I'll believe it when I see it. :-)

3) The twins are both smiling so much more now! They even sort-of laugh at times. It is ridiculously cute!!

4 comments:

Rebecca said...

Yay Dovid! He's always been pretty active - squirming all over the crib. Gotta start getting the house ready for crawling babybugs!! Does it hurt his bellybutton when he's on his tummy? - Maybe it gave him extra leverage? :)

Christina said...

How exciting that Dovid is already rolling over!

Interesting about the IUD's, I'm telling my doctor that I'm denying those too along with the BCPs he thinks I'm going to take after the baby!

jenn said...

How exciting! Congrats Dovid- Caiden's definitely doing the half roll, but nothing fully without our help! & baby giggles & smiles are the absolute best!

IUD's pretty much the only option for me since I have a sever sensitivity to the hormones in all bc, I'm also pretty nervous about scarring so I've held off making that decision for a little while!

ssbean said...

Oops on the IUD. I didn't know that, I wish I did. Oh, well, hopefully I wont need mine real long and it wont do any harm. Congrats on Dovid rolling over. Ellie hasn't went back to tummy yet, and she's showing little signs that it's going to happen anytime soon. She does go belly to back some, not every time yet though.