Thursday, June 27, 2013

thankful thursday : oh boy...

I had my first Doctor appointment at our new location on Tuesday.  I was there for 4 hours.  No joke.  

1:30pm : arrive to start filling out paperwork

2:00pm : called back for ultrasound

2:40pm : sent back to waiting room to wait for Education nurse

2:55pm : go upstairs with nurse.  Find out my old office hadn't sent my records.  Sit through nurse trying to get my records from them.  They had tried faxing them to the normal phone number and received a confirmation (go figure).  Will resend.  Finish giving her some of my history and learning about their practice and the hospital's services.

3:30pm : go back to waiting room.  Find out from education nurse that office sent records.

3:35pm : Education nurse comes back... they didn't include my labs.  Start calling Louisville to get this figured out.

3:45pm : Go back to have finger pricked.  Iron is really low. 

3:55pm : back to the waiting room.

4:15pm : starting to get worried... 

4:45pm : called back to exam room.

5:00pm : Dr. sticks head in to apologize and promise she is coming in very soon.

5:08pm : Nurse knocks on the door and offers us Sprite.

5:12pm : Dr. comes in.  Says everything looks great with the baby, wants to give me a bunch of iron, will see me in 4 weeks.

5:20pm : Find out from receptionist that there had been a few "emergencies" and thats why I had waited so long.  Getting an explanation did calm me down a little bit.  I try to understand... Its going to happen a lot from the other side of the situation for me.  Any other day it wouldn't have mattered... but Kyle's parents were back at home alone waiting on me to start grilling the ribs.  

And my amazing husband was able to stay with me the entire time.  His orientation instructor let him leave to be there for the ultrasound.  So thankful that we have ended up in this city, with this program.  It really seems like they are a great family oriented place...at least by Gen Surg standards.  Not all places would have let the intern leave in the middle of the day to be there for the big ultrasound.  And he wouldn't have been able to witness this:


our stubborn baby that wouldn't move arms and hands out of the way.

Oh and we are both also REALLY thankful to find out that this baby is a 



BOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Happy Thankful Thursday!



This week I am linking up with Julia at BlackTag Diaries and Theres Just One Mommy.  Stop by and say hello to them!

11 comments:

  1. That's amazing that he was able to be there with you! What a blessing! Yahh for a BOY!!

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  2. That is stressful---they should have been updating you! But YAY for your baby boy! Congratulations!

    Visiting from Thankful Thursday!

    ~Tiffany
    http://tiffanyd22.blogspot.com

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  3. Yay!! Congratulations on your baby boy.

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  4. Aww, congrats! Visiting from MM.

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  5. I hope your next appt. goes much more smoothly.

    And congrats on a beautiful baby boy in the future!

    Hope to see you linking up again next week!

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  6. Congrats on the boy!!! Those are amazing images and I'm thrilled to hear your hubs was able to sit along side you!!

    Thanks for linking up for MM!!!

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  7. Congrats on the baby! My son was like a boxer we didn't see his face till he came out! lol hopped over from MM

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  8. Visiting from MM... congrats on your son!!! So exciting!!

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  9. visiting from mm...sounds like a long day!! just read this one post so far, but looks like you are married to a gen surg resident?? I finished my gen surg residency one year ago!

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  10. Congrats on your boy! That's wonderful! visiting from MM

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  11. Congratulations on your special news! Very exciting and wonderful!

    Visiting from MM!

    Ray Doc Wife

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