So, I've been sleeping all day again. I woke up in total darkness on Wednesday night and blindly searched for my cell phone. I had a text from my dad, and this is what it said, "sis o.k. in hospitel. need proseager."
First... let me attack my dad just a little bit. WTF dad?!?!? WHICH sister?! Did you forget you have three daughters??? If you had said "bro" instead of "sis" I would have known which brother, because I only have the ONE. And what do you mean she's okay when she's in the hospital and needs a procedure?! GAH!!! ... I love you, though -.- I don't care that you spell funny, it isn't your fault you have a reading disorder or whatever. Just get better at handing out information, geez x-x
I immediately call my mom. "Mom, what's going on?!"
"Is the baby okay?!"
"Let me speak..!"
"*deep breath* Okay."
"Jessica's cervix is open. They're going to stitch her up in about an hour. There's a 92% chance the baby will be okay. If she developes an infection, they will remove the stitches and remove the baby. But that's only an 8% chance it will happen. I will stay with her in the hospital until she's okay to go home."
I got off the phone with my mom and immediately text Jessica, "You're going to be okay. Emily will be okay too. I love you both " About three hours later she texts me back, "Love you too#" (I think she had meant to put a ! there)
She's doing okay so far. She'll be on bed rest until she gives birth, though :/ it's for the best. She's looking on the bright side... she doesn't have to work for a long time and her boyfriend is taking great care of her. My parents and my other sister live in the same apartment complex too, if her boyfriend is out and she needs something. So I'm a lot less worried than I was before.
And if you didn't catch it, they finally settled on a name. She's going to be called Emily Catherine. She started kicking my sister in the belly a week ago, and she's been kicking her non-step ever since, and it's started to bug my sister, LOL. Jessica said seeing her on the ultrasound all kicking and punching was amazing. Sounds like we're going to have a very energetic kid!