After lunch we went to the river park which we love! I layed on a blanket and watched my two little men run through the trees and go down the big slides. They each got to pick out a rock to add to their collection as we walked back to the car.
After we got home I noticed our cute little neighbor girl waiting patiently outside for her two little boyfriends to ride bikes with her. The boys ran out of car embracing her as if it had been years since they had seen each other. We sat outside, me on a lawn chair chatting with my sweet neighbors and the kids riding bikes and getting much needed sun light! After several hours we decided it was time to get ready for bed. I put the boys in the shower and put their comfy Jammie's on them. Porter had some left overs for dinner and Arland wanted chicken and ranch. As I walked down the stairs I felt as though I had peed my pants. I hoped it wasn't my water. I walked into the bathroom and noticed that my thought had been confirmed. I called Heath and told him that I had thought my water broke but I wasn't sure. He raced home as Sophie came over to watch my boys. At the American fork hospital we were greeted by dr. Lameroux who was also my dr for Porter. They tested my water and confirmed that I had ruptured. They started me on magnesium and steroid injections while we waited for the helicopter to arrive to take me to the u of u. As the life flight nurse entered the room I noticed that she was the same sweet nurse who comforted me when I flew with Porter. She walked right up to me and hugged me, we noticed each other right off and she held my hand as the rest of the team strapped me to the helicopter bed. She looked and me and said "we've got this!" They loaded me into the helicopter where a new flight nurse instantly became an angel for me too, Julie. As the helicopter took off, Mar (my nurse with Porter) held my hand and waved to my family out the window. She asked how I was doing as she pulled out a thing that looked about the size of a game boy. She put the monitor on my belly to listen to baby's heart beat and asked me what position I thought baby was in. I told her breach. She told me I was wrong, that baby had flipped head down, she turned her little game boy machine to me and showed me that it was an ultrasound machine! She was doing an ultrasound in the air! After we landed I found out that my same doc was on call that night, the same one that delivered Porter. Also one of my favorite nurses would be on there next night! Road down memory lane! They started me on antibiotics in the same room I had with Porter, the room with the window to the NBICU. Heath accidentally tapped the window with his head and what do you know... Porter nicu nurse opened the window! Seriously baby Lucy is in the BEST hands. We know this because we have had first hand experience! These people were set in our path for a specific reason. We have laughed with them cried with them and shared milestones that no one can ever comprehend, they are our angels on earth and we have been bound forever in friendship to them. We feel so blessed to be here with Lucy, she is so lucky to have so many people fighting for her. She is measuring at 3 lbs and 29 weeks gestation.