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I am so happy to share that our son will be born on Tuesday, February 1st.
I have been in the perinatal unit of the hospital for 8 days now - daily blood work, an ultrasound daily, lots of blood pressure monitoring, and the Non-stress Tests 2x a day. All of these to monitor my mild preeclampsia.
I am certainly getting cabin fever from being in this tiny room and really miss the outdoors - and non-hospital food!!
It's very easy to get down/depressed in the hospital... there's only so many times you can look at magazines, watch TV, play online, talk to friends/family.
I think the most difficult thing for me is the lack of control. The only true things I have to control over are my meal choices!!!!!
On Monday they did a fetal maturity amniocentesis to check baby's lung maturity and he was on the high end of immaturity so they decided to wait until Tuesday to take him out via c-section.
Baby boy Liam will be 37 weeks and 1 Day. I'm a bit worried out his lung function, but am praying and hop
Many thanks to Mom2*Lauryn*Jacob* for my beautiful siggy.