well, ya already have heard form me how happy I am for you
On the early-ness: did you have preterm labor, or was it just premature rupture of your water? One of the best indicators of preterm labor is previous preterm labor (I'm blanking on the stats, but I think it's if you've had one preterm lbaor before, your chance for a second goes to 20% and if you've had two previous preterms, your changes go to like, 40%. If you're like me and then have a THIRD preterm, well, then don't schedule anything important in those last few months cause you'll be flat on your back and then have a baby two months early, LOL!) BUT, in the past few years they've made some advances in managing preterm, and progesterone injectiosn are now the standard of care for avoiding preterm. So, if it's somethign you're worried about, mention it to your care provider.
On the flip side of that, if you didn't have any labor issues leading up to sophie's birth (ie - your water just broke, not thatyou had conractions leading up to it for weeks before) then it's most likely that it was a one-time thing and you won't have any issues this time around (I think I read a study recently that said a lot of the premature rupture of membranes that weren't associated with preterm labor were a result of vaginal infection. Apparently a LOT of pregnant women have silent infections that show no symptoms
Are you planning a VBAC? I had the same issue as you (c/s because of breech preemie) with greg, and found out that my OB does't do vbacs (well, the hospital he delivers at won't allow them) So I've had to find a new provider. definitely something to talk about at your first visit, LOL!