We had another doctor's appointment yesterday, I am now 25 weeks along. The ultrasound went fine, things are looking about the same. A lot of people have been asking me what "Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Type 2" is, so here are the facts from oif.org:
Evie's arm and leg bones continue to measure small and are very bowed. They almost look bent on ultrasound. The reason she can survive in my womb is that she is receiving her oxygen through her umbilical cord, not her lungs. When she needs to breathe on her own, her lungs may be underdeveloped, and her rib cage isn't ossifying (hardening) like it should, so it will be weak. Her skull is ossified more than it was 4 weeks ago, but isn't where it should be. I was hoping her bones would be catching up, but they seem to be more and more behind as her body grows.