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Mar 27, 2016 Latest post:
Apr 15, 2016
Marysa and I went out to eat on Good Friday before heading to church. She hadn't felt Oliver move until about 9am Friday. But when we usually sit in church he moves because of the music, so when he didn't move we thought that it was weird but still didn't think of going in.
So we just went to bed that night knowing that if something wasn't right than we might have to go in. So Marysa read online that if you want to feel the baby move then they suggest taking a hot shower, drinking a sugary drink, and then lay on your left side and count the baby movements, over the time span of an hour. And in 40 minutes of Marysa doing this she felt ZERO movement.
So she decided to go in. I couldn't go with her because I just stayed home with Harper.
Marysa gets up to the hospital at about 1040 am on Saturday, March 26. They say to leave her clothes on because they are just gonna monitor the baby. Oliver's heart rate was a steady 130 however it was very shallow beats. So the Dr said he didn't like what he was seeing from that so they ended up doing an ultrasound. Which mostly tried to get Oliver to move, and they tried the ultra sound for about 20 minutes before Dr was not liking what he saw from that either so he said he was gonna perform an emergency C-section right now!
I'll finish the story later. Just thought I'd write a lil bit now.