Also yesterday I realized how bad Hannah's separation anxiety has become. I dropped her off at the CDC for hourly care while at my doctor's appointment. They said she was upset the entire two hours she was there. She wouldn't eat lunch, and she fell asleep out of exhaustion. She cried when I picked her up. She said she is scared when she is there. She gets so excited to play with other kids, but she wants me to stay there while she plays. She went to my neighbor's house for about 30 minutes on Wednesday while I ran an errand, and she had no problems. I think it was because she was with someone she knows, and Hannah loves playing with their daughter. She was even upset this morning when I took the dogs for a walk and she had to stay home with her dad. I am hoping with a lot of time and patience this phase passes.
Thursday did have a bright spot. I had my 36 week appointment. When he measured my uterus, he said he could feel the baby's head way down low (which I already knew because I could feel it.) He decided to do a cervical check since I have been having contractions. It turns out that I am already dilating. Not much, just a finger tip. It took 2 days of