Thanks for the kind words! It's nice to be home. If I am on bedrest for any length of time I do have help. We live around the corner from my in-laws and my SIL's so that's a big relief. They met us at the hospital the first time we had to go yesterday and my SIL was over in 10 minutes the second time we had to leave. We can also call our neighbors if we had to go FAST in the middle of the night. The hospital is 25 minutes away so it's nice to know we have help that could come quickly.
Last night was awful. All the monitors and the IV made is impossible to sleep. And with my anterior placenta they were having a hard time picking up baby's heartbeat. They had to put it up high or low and she'd kick it off fast. Then they'd have to come in and spend another 10-15 minutes trying to find it again. It made me even more determined to do whatever it takes to stay at home as much as possible. So if bedrest is what it takes then that's what I'll do. I had preeclampsia with my 3yo and survived 6 weeks on bedrest so I know I can do it again.
The contractions are better but not gone. If I'm on my feet for more than 5-10 minutes they pick up again. We'll see what the dr says in the morning. It might have had something to do with being dehydrated but I'm floating from the fluids they gave me last night and all the liquid I've had today and still having them. Not nearly as bad but I just don't know. I hope they can figure out what's going on. This is odd for me.
I'll try to answer personals tomorrow. I'm off to bed. Night!