Thursday, January 11, 2007

Week #2 .... Belly

Another one of me, this time of my belly. I am 24weeks 1day pregnant here (Took photo last night) My story to this is... We fought Infertility and WON! We tried for 5.5yrs with 5losses(ranging from 6weeks to 19weeks) to get our first sonhere(he arrived 7weeks early, you will be seeing photos of him. trust me..lol) But right now this is belly photos of our 2nd "Miracle" in the making. I am a highrisk pregnancy, I have a unicornuate uterus (half a uterus, well smaller then half for me) and my body fights off my pregnancies so I have to have IV treament to prevent that from happening...... (long story, with a happy ending)

1st photo:
I don't care to much of my hand position & not to sure about the light.

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Camera Model Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

Shooting Mode Program AE
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/40
Av( Aperture Value ) 5.6
ISO Speed 800
Lens 18.0 - 50.0 mm
Focal Length 50.0 mm
Image Quality RAW

2nd Photo: I am laying down here, normally when I take this photo you can really see the lopsidednes due to my uterus shape but my boy seems to be laying flat at the moment..lol

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Camera Model Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Shooting Mode Program AE
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/60
Av( Aperture Value ) 5.0
ISO Speed 800
Lens 18.0 - 50.0 mm
Focal Length 23.0 mm
Image Size 3888x2592
Image Quality Fine

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22 comments:

Sara said...

These are beautiful photos, but the story is even more so. Best wishes for a happy healthy baby and family.

Patti said...

Congratulations. I love baby belly shots.

Mom2Drew said...

Love your pregnant belly! Love the story, it's touching. I had a loss at 26 weeks so I know what a miracle your babies are to you. I now have a n 8.5 months old and want to be pregnant again.

Michelle said...

what a wonderful story. congrats on your pregnancy! great pics.

jglanzer said...

What wonderful photos you've posted today. I always love to hear stories about people beating the odds. . . Thanks a lot for posting these and letting us know a little bit more about you!!

Donna said...

What great photos! I love the one of just your stomach. I really enjoyed reading your story. My friend had the same condition as you and delivered a healthy baby boy at 38 weeks. I will be thinking of you. Congrats!

Jen said...

Love the story and the belly shots.

HaleighLynn said...

Congratulations. I really like the first shot. They're both great.

ann said...

I really like the one you took of your belly, really interesting shot. I think for the first one, you could definitely brighten it up a bit, but your hands don't bother me, I didn't notice them at all when I first looked at it.

bobbijo_g said...

I can't say I enjoyed being pregnant, but I'm so glad I COULD be pregnant! I loved your story, and wish you lots of luck and blessings! Your photos are really neat - I would just try to lighten up the first one a tad. Neat belly shot!

Lorrie said...

LOVE the pics and the story behind them are wonderful. Blessings to you and your new little one!

Andrea said...

Thank you for sharing your pictures and your story. Both are very touching. Blessings to your miracle!

Scout0718 said...

Conratulations! What a great, inspiring story. Love the softness of your belly shot.

julie said...

My thoughts are with you and your #2 miracle on the way! Great photos. =)

dar said...

Beautiful belly shots!

cari said...

Congrats! I love the angle on the second photo!!!
Cari

Krissynae said...

Great pictures. Can't wait to see more of you and your baby bumb and the arrival.

Heidi said...

Great photos and such a touching story. We've dealt with infertility and loss as well. Makes you realize what a miracle each pregnancy and birth is!

Tina said...

Gorgeous!

amanda said...

Congratulations! It will be fun to watch you progress and then the arrival! how fun!

Debbie said...

Wow, these area beautiful!

Dorothy said...

You are beautiful! What great belly shots! (I do think the first one could be lightened up a tiny bit, but it's still a beautiful shot just the way it is!) I love the different perspective with the second one.

And thank you for sharing your story. I fought with secondary infertility and had a miracle baby of my own... he's now 4. No more babies for me after that placental/uterine rupture so I loved reading and seeing your continued miracle story! Best wishes for a healthy, happy baby!