The doctor measured Ann-Marie's stomach and she measured 43 centimeters (the doctor informed us that centimeters normally closely resemble the week of pregnancy for a singleton, so compared to a singleton Ann-Marie is measuring at 43 weeks). Two weeks ago Ann-Marie measured at 35 centimeters, so these babies are really growing now. He also asked if Ann-Marie has had any contractions and she said no. The doctor then checked her cervix which is still closed, and he had us do a fibronectin test which came back negative again (which means Ann-Marie is not likely to go into labor within the next two weeks). We are so grateful that everything is going so well and we thank all of our friends and family for their numerous prayers on our behalf that are helping us so much.
Ann-Marie is drinking lots of fluid, keeping her feet up as much as possible, and trying to take it slow. Obviously the less stress placed on her body increases the likelihood the babies will stay inside longer.