I was going to write about how busy I am lately or how frustrated Meghan and I get with doctors in a group practice that don't take the time to read Meg's chart before seeing her and insist that they'll "keep monitoring babies A and B to make sure they don't have to send her down to Miami for TTTS surgery." (By the way, this has happened three times!) No, I won't write about that. I'll keep this post positive, because hey, Meg is almost 28 weeks pregnant! We'll hit that milestone this Friday in fact. That's been a pretty big target to hit according to our MFMs. They said that the babies have ~90% chance of being healthy in the NICU and avoiding major issues with prematurity. Obviously, no one can predict whether or not any one of our girls will be free of the effects of TTTS, but getting them to 28 weeks sure does help with a lot of stuff. In fact, Meg is showing no signs of stopping. Her cervix is long and closed. They told her that if it stays that way until 30 weeks, they'll stop measuring it because, at that point, if she did go in to labor, they would just deliver the babies. We're still shooting for 34 weeks, which I can't actually believe is only six to seven weeks away!