I can't help but compare this pregnancy to my first and wonder how this one will turn out. With Avery at this point I had no idea that I was going to skip my entire third trimester, spending almost all of that time living in the Ronald McDonald house in SLC while my baby was in the NICU. *Pic of Avery's first day home. She was about 4 pounds (a huge improvement from 2 pounds at birth), on oxygen and an oximeter, and she was (and is) absolutely perfect.*Although I am really intimidated by the idea of a super uncomfortable third tri and going into labor and all of that stuff (Hey, you would be too! I'm already a mom and everyone expects you to be a pro by kid #2- I have no idea what any of that stuff is like and it's scary!), I really really really really really hope I get the chance to experience it all. The doc has given me about a 30% chance of repeating the whole preeclampsia, early delivery mess, so we'll see, but I'm taking really good care of myself and trying to get lots of extra rest and pretty much just be a big baby about this pregnancy to give this baby the best chance of going to term. After all, Avery is the biggest miracle I have ever witnessed, and how many of those can a girl expect to experience in one lifetime!? Thanks for your well-wishes and prayers and let the voting begin!