Nano is A’Comin’

October 15th, 2010

Each week since I informed TWIT viewers that I’m pregnant, I’ve done a check-in on-camera to let people follow along with the pregnancy’s progress.One of my regular audience members, known as gldisater in the chatroom, has created highlights from the broadcast on It’s really neat to look back and see how much things have changed in just a few short weeks.Here are the broadcast highlights in order from the first to the most recent… enjoy!:

Week 12:

Watch live video from gldisater on

Week 17:

Watch live video from gldisater on

Week 18:

Watch live video from gldisater on

Week 19:

Watch live video from gldisater on

Week 20:

Watch live video from gldisater on

Week 21:

Watch live video from gldisater on

And, that’s all so far, folks! 😀

4 Responses to “Nano is A’Comin’”

  1. Stephan on October 15, 2010 3:38 pm

    It’s grow and you look better every week.

  2. Daniël on November 7, 2010 10:25 am

    Beautiful !
    I think it’s really great you sharing your weekly NanoKiki-checks with us. Listening to your voice every week makes you feel somewhat close. Hearing about your good fortune these past weeks / months made me quite curious, and checking out your blog today I was very happy to find these video’s here. My, you’ve grown, marvellous !
    Interesting you should mention your stronger nails; watching the video’s and the past episodes of D.K.S.H. it occurred to me your hair has been getting bigger and shinier as well.
    Scientific explanation ? I’d love to know more about it, and more in general about the connection between so called ‘waste’-tissues like hair and nails and overall health, hormonal balance and condition of organs (I’m not speaking about the musical instrument ;-)). Could you enlighten us ?
    PS I have to agree with Stephan, you’re getting ever more beautiful… It most certainly agrees with you, Mother Kirsten… Love You, the best of the best of luck wished upon you and your li’l Man !

  3. Jamie on November 24, 2010 10:39 am

    Hadn’t been keeping up on your pregnancy until I just noticed your baby bump on the current Green Tech Today episode. You mentioned in the week 21 nano update about regular people not being able to completely grasp the numbers on risk and I wanted to let you know that it is difficult for some parents to figure it out.

    The numbers get worse when you look at the number of false positives for tests like the quad screen (most research shows it around 80%) and some of the physical markers for conditions like Down’s Syndrome (one marker is present in 8 out of 10 normal babies but is also a marker for DS). The numbers are unsatisfying when they you think about something being wrong with your baby.

    My wife and I went through this with our son (I chronicled it on my blog We made it all the way through to the amnio to find out everything was OK. She’s currently pregnant (just a few weeks behind you) with a girl. . . this time we skipped the screening tests all together.

    The tests are good for a lot of people but for those who have to deal with a false positive it’s a bad situation.

  4. Daniël on December 15, 2010 2:59 am

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