Still pregnant; c-section is, most likely, on Thursday, Dec. 1, in the morning.
Veronica, you look great! Good luck with everything.I found a link to a story you might like while you wait...it's about Istanbul. http://www.homelands.org/worlds/turkey.htmlIf you get fast enough access in that hospital/hotel!s dniom rozhdenia!
Take care... and all the best! I hope everything goes well for the both of you :^) Keep us posted!=^..^=
Neeka, You look great! This is a fabulous photo. . .is the glow on your face merely the setting winter sun, or is it the radiant energy-glow of a pregnant woman, or both? Women as pregnant as you really glow with spiritual energy. You are walking monuments/reminders of the power and beauty of life. Beautiful photo, thanx again. . .
I concur, you look wonderful. May your c-section be easy. May your child bring both you and Mishah joy. Know that we all share in your happiness.
Mishah is such a lucky guy! Is he a nervous wreck yet? I hope everything goes well and we see the little cherub here too!
Exciting! Best wishes to your family!
Good luck Veronica! Ukraine's population is about to increase, woo hoo! :)
Good luck and have a speedy recovery!
Very interesting blog!Hello from Milan, Italy
Oooh so exciting. A good antidote to my depressing day. Good luck!
Dont worry about Anything - it will all come together
looks like the little one will be a new moon, double sag,.. the world will travel to her/him. ++wishes.
How many people in this waiting room? Is this another orange revolution?
Veronica, let me be the first to congratulate you! Hope to see some picture soon...