Its come down to the last seven weeks. The baby is now about 2000 grams or just over 4lbs. If she were born today, she still would be a bit small, but would be close enough to term that there would be little complications. She does kick a lot. By the 33rd week, the kicks should have subsided signifcantly just simply due to a lack of space, but not this kid. She hasn’t let up a bit.
Its been over 16weeks since we started the first lesson. We have gone through all 16 lessons. We weren’t quite sure what to do next after the lessons were over, but the instructions said to just continue doing lesson 16 until birth. Hmmm….that sounded a bit strange to me but I guess there’s no harm in doing it. Besides, we’ve already invested 16 weeks into this thing, so what’s another 7? It’d be really interesting if all of this proves to work, but to honest, I’m not holding my breath over it.
Princess and her injured foot
Two weeks ago Princess, of our White Terriers somehow injured her rear foot. She was linping around for a while and looked to be in pain when I touched her foot. At first, I was a bit worried, but decided to let her heal naturally instead of taking her to the vet.
After only a couple of days, she was able to put some pressure on her injured foot, but she still walked funny. A week after the injury, she was walking on her injured foot with no problems, but limped when she walked a bit faster that walking pace.
Now its been two weeks. We’ve already resumed her regular walks. She’s able run, jump on furniture and chase after her toys with no problems. VERY occasionally she’d walk abit funny, but she would recover quite quickly. Looks like she’ll be fine.
Since there aren’t any new sonogram videos, and there probably won’t be, I have uploaded videos of our dogs playing around in the bedroom and tatami room (Japanese style room).