Great news! @Tanej78. It sounded like good number and growing rate. Much better than mine.
I was away the last two days and just got time to reply.
@Gelati: don't worry about the position. Bub will turn during labor. That's what I was told today at the class. Most bub is facing outward until then. That's why u feel all the kick and fuss, right now. They said that one can still deliver with that position, just more difficult and longer. How was your class today? It was good for us except I wish there are some hand on stuff such as how to change nappy and to bath the baby. They told us that those will be taught at the hospital once the baby is born.
The cord blood banking person did give us a short talk. Unfortunately, there is no donation set up in WA (except the big public hospital). I think two of the ladies were thinking about donating, including me. In the east coast, it is apparently set up for donation. There is a world shortage if interested. I would rather do something good than seeing the stuff goes into biological waste bin. We aren't rule storing it just yet since this is the only option in WA. We thought about it because the child only has half of my gene and it gets complicated if ever we want to access the "gene" from the other half gene pool. Of course, Touchwood that it would never happen.
I think I sorta have made up my mind about epidural. If I am being induced, I will have it because chances are getting the c-section in the end is pretty high. I might well have it from the start.