Monday morning I was getting the girls ready to go to the park and started having a lot of pain in my lower stomach and back. I thought I would sit down and take a break for a minute but the pain never went away. I called Dan and he said he'd meet me right away at the doctor's office. I dropped the girls off for what would be the rest of the day at my wonderful friend, Rushell's house, and then off to the hospital with full on contractions. We got to the doctor's at 11:30 and was admitted after 20 min of being monitored to have the baby at 1:38 pm. It was a fast delivery. I was thankful to have an epidural 5 min. before he was born. There was a lot of meconium in my water so they had to take him to NICU to make sure he hadn't swallowed any. He was gone for a little over 2 hours and was brought back to me to join me in our room. The nurse quickly discovered that his blood sugar level was too low and he was too cold so she took him to the nursery to sit under the heat. The nurse practitioner from the NICU came to the room hours later to tell us they took his blood and his red blood cell count was dangerously low. After ruling things out with x-rays and a CAT scan, they determined that he bleed into me in utero starting most likely weeks ago losing his much needed red blood cells. He had to have a blood transfusion and shortly after started getting coloring back and actually started to cry which we had not really heard yet. My mom flew to Texas that night she got the news about his blood. I will be forever grateful for her quick support. ( I LOVE YOU!) His oxygen level kept dropping and they hooked him up to an IV in case they needed to do other tests on him that required an empty stomach so he didn't get to eat until Thursday. We got to have him room in with us Thursday night and he did so well they discharged us Friday afternoon. My mom, mother-in-law and the girls came to bring him home. Jaeden and Avery were so excited to finally meet their new baby brother. It is so wonderful to be home!! Thank you to everyone for their prayers and support, we love you all.