The Pregnancy

No Babies Today!

7 Comments 12 January 2009

Casey had a decent night sleep last night until about 2 am when she started having pretty intense contractions. At that point, she had to have pain medication regularly to keep things under control. However, her labs came back this morning and everything looked good. As long as her contractions do not progress to “real” labor, we will not be having any babies today!

God Bless,

Your Comments

7 Comments so far

  1. Shannan says:

    Hey Ethan,
    I have a cousin that spent close to 12 weeks in the hospital pregnant with twins,her body kept trying to go into labor. She was at the Mayo clinc and they do something called “touch therapy” to calm her nerves. I am not sure if they are doing it where you are, if not I bet Casey would love it.
    Good Luck!

  2. Tori :) says:

    Sending calm uterus vibes your way.;) ~~*~~*~~

  3. Becca or Cori depending :) says:

    Hang in there Casey! You are doing an amazing job!!!

  4. RPLAustin says:

    Yet another blessing! But I bet Casey is about “done” with this. Keep up the great work.

  5. The Browands says:

    Just wanted you all to know that a stranger from Seattle is praying for your family each day. I found your blog from a friend of a friend of a friend and keep up on the babies’ progress each day.

    May God continue to watch over all of you and Casey’s doctors.

    :) Meredith

  6. The Stoner Family says:

    We check every day and it is so exciting to know that the babies are going to be here soon. But hopefully they can stay in as long as possible. Good luck to both of you!! We hope Casey continues to do well! She is awesome!!!

  7. Shelley says:

    Congratulations! I just found out about your blog from my husbands aunt. She goes to your church. We had triplets Feb 28 last year. I was 29 wks 1 day. It is so hard, but so worth it. Enjoy every minute. I can’t believe mine are about to be 1!

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