weeks

i think what best explains our somewhat decreasing worry as the weeks go on is that 1. each week means better statistics if something were to happen and 2. as my high-risk doctor said, "babies just don't fall out at 28 weeks." Perhaps a sort of irreverent humor, but really, it is reassuring that we would definitely know if something was up, as opposed to 10 weeks ago. 

Which of course is weird because last year we definitely had things to worry about, but we didn't know (and the doctors didn't either) that it was actually going to lead to delivery. So now, it would take longer (or maybe not) but we'd catch it right away. Eh, we're of course just hoping that we don't find ourselves in that situation.

1 comment:

Morgan and Holly said...

That definitely won't happen. Just sayin'.