It is not that big of a concern and that's probably why I forgot to mention it, but the one caution coming out of the ultrasound was that I have a low lying placenta. It is not covering the os (the opening to the cervix), not even touching the os, which is a good sign, and in most case the placenta moves away as the pregnancy progresses, but this practice would recommend another ultrasound in about 10 weeks to check on the placement of the placenta.
My sister (the midwife) said that the uterus will continue to grow and likely just that growth will create more distance betweeen the placenta and the os. The concern is that if the os ends up covered, that, I believe would be a condition called placenta previa. And it is dangerous. It would mean that vaginal birth is not an option and therefore home birth is completely not an option. My sister says that if that happens I will start bleeding, there will be signs.
But there is no reason to be worried about that at the moment.