Day 3: Merry Christmas Everyone!!!

December 25, 2010 at 4:05 PM | Posted in Baby Romaezi | 2 Comments
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I am so thrilled to have slept last night. The first night of sleep was awful and pretty much non-existent as the doctors and nurses tried to figure out the appropriate magnesium level for me. Now that we seem to have the dosage about right it really impacts the way I feel. I don’t feel on fire all the time, no more double vision–hence my ability to actually create this blog and think straight.

The best Christmas present of them all however is that baby is still in my belly. That’s all I want for Christmas is to keep this kid in.

As a matter of fact. I have just changed my New Year’s resolution to “Keep baby in belly until April.” AND the only thing I want for my birthday is the same. I’ll be in here for both of those celebrations as

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Two Days Down

December 25, 2010 at 2:56 PM | Posted in Baby Romaezi | Leave a comment
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…and LOTS more to go!

If you’ve done the math, you will notice that day two fell on Christmas Eve. On day one I was so incredibly bummed to realize I would be spending Christmas Eve in the hospital. Actually, once I decided that baby is going to be 100% okay with all of the care he is receiving I was more bummed about missing all of the holiday festivities.

Turns out I didn’t need to be. I have SUCH an amazing support system. You guys are all so wonderful. Kayvan has been absolutely incredible. Dad came up and so did Kayvan’s mom, we couldn’t keep them away. Knowing Millie was working from home that day, I also asked Kayvan to call her so he would have some relief to actually pack a hospital bag and prepare for the road ahead the next few weeks (hopefully months).

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Day 1: Here’s What Happened

December 25, 2010 at 1:50 PM | Posted in Baby Romaezi | 1 Comment
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We don’t really know why, but at 3:30 a.m. on 12/23/2010 the amniotic sac ruptured. I woke up a bit wet and let Kavyan know what happened. Since I am only 23 weeks pregnant we spent a few minutes debating what on earth the problem could be, called our doctor and by 5:00 a.m I was admitted to Labor and Delivery.

After I was poked, prodded and asked a million questions, my doctor came in to confirm that my water had broken and I was indeed leaking amniotic fluid. Now that we have this information, what to do? KEEP THIS BABY IN!

As long as he is in the womb, baby will continue to make amniotic fluid and the doctors will let him stay put as long as there is no infection. So to ward off any infection, the doctors put me on an antibiotic.

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December 25, 2010 at 12:31 PM | Posted in Baby Romaezi | Leave a comment
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At the end of November we shared an e-mail with family and friends that we are expecting a bundle of joy in April.  Of course, since I was more than five months pregnant at the time most of you already knew about the pregnancy and we were simply sharing the gender of our little one with you all.  In case you missed that e-mail, check it out below:

Hi everyone, IT’S A BOY!!!

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