Wednesday, March 25, 2009

It's a ....

I got ya hooked don't I?

I had some issues earlier this week so I a last minute appointment today to just double check that it was all nothing. Everything looks good but they did an unexpected ultrasound and I found out what the sex is. (I mean they always give you the disclaimer that they could be pulling your leg but....)

My angst?

Flyboy is unreachable. And I don't know when his schedule is going to shake out and he'll come back into the land of the reach out and touch someone.

And he's the only one I want to tell right now. I cant help but think if he read it on here he'd be a tad insulted.

Damn you Marine Corps! Damn you!!!

But thanks for the medical coverage. The ultrasound rocked.

22 comments:

  1. Yay for coverage!!

    And pleaseee aren't we special enough to know before your hubbs?? C'mon now. ;)

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  2. AWWW!!!! I hate when you have good/bad news and they can't be reached and you just have to sit and wait to hear from them! It's frustrating and sad and every other emotion you can think of, all rolled into one! I can't wait to hear the sex, though! I'm excited!!!

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  3. Totally understandable that you want to tell him first but...I am dying in suspense!!!

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  4. darn Marine Corps! But we wanna know!!!!!!

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  5. oh yipppeeee!!!

    can't wait for you to reach flyboy and give him the big news!!

    which means we get the big news :)

    congrats on the big day mama!!

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  6. Whoa! I've fallen way behind on my blog reading and, yes, your title grabbed my attn immediately. Hope Flyboy can be reached soon so you can spill the beans to him and then us. :D Regardless - Congrats!!! And glad the ultrasound went well.

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  7. I'm glad to hear that everything's ok, and congrats on finding out the sex!

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  8. Woohoo! Can't wait to hear what you are having!

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  9. Glad everything is okay!!


    And I can't wait to hear what it is!! Hurry up already flyboy and find a phone!!

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  10. oh yeah!!! congrats!!!!! thats great your waiting. its special so of course you shouldnt tell us till your love knows!!!!!

    i cant wait to know too though!!!!!
    yeah! congrats!!!

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  11. It is always so much fun finding out what the sex of the baby is! Hopefully you will reach your husband soon!

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  12. Hurry up flyboy so she can tell you and then tell the rest of us! LOL

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  13. Oh! Cant wait. Glad everything is going okay.

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  14. We should totally come first! :)

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  15. I'm glad you found out sooner then expected I dont think I could wait that long

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  16. I want to know! Do tell as soon as you can!! Are you dying for a girl?

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  17. That was MEAN. I wanna knowwwww!!!! Haha. I guess it's okay if the hubs finds out first. Sheesh. Aren't your loyal fans important, too? :)

    Then again, I won't be helping out with diaper duty or chipping into the college fund, so I suppose it's fair he finds out first.

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  18. military insurance is quite possibly the best invention of all mankind. Seriously. a whoping $0 for my husband perscriptions this week - two of them... $0 a piece. Grand total (in case you were wondering) - $0. Yes. That's correct. My physical therapy twice a week for my back? Another whopping $0 each visit. My perscriptions - at MOST $9 a piece, but that's like tip tippy top of the line stuff. And prefer the $3 generic stuff, myself.

    Gosh - what am I gonna DO without this military insurance? No joke - I've been asking for ANY ANY ANY possiblity that I can just pay to keep military insurance our whole lives. But alas - they won't budge. And I only have until June 14th to take advantage of it.

    DARN YOU CRUEL WORLD!! DARN YOU!!!

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  19. I totally understand, and I can't wait to find out!!

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  20. that's just mean...seriously.

    Better be a dashette!

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