It's tough knowing Kymani could be born at any time from now until 34 weeks. When we named her "adventurous traveler," this is not what we meant at all. Even though the doctors and nurses have been comforting and feel she has a good chance, we are very scared about my water breaking this early.
Family members are being very supportive. Those close by are helping out immensely with Nova. My mom is the main one responsible for her while we are in here and the older kids are pitching in to help with Nova, as well as my mom's housework. I have awesome kiddos and an awesome mom. Gary (my mom's longtime boyfriend) has been awesome as well. Faraway relatives have been supportive with positive thoughts and in many other ways, too.
It's a really good thing we have such a great support system or it would be even harder to get through this than it already is. We are trying to keep our thoughts positive and only focus on good to help give Kymani a better chance.
Rich has been really helpful because I'm not supposed to be moving around too much. As depicted in the photo, he fell asleep on me last night. We were both so worn out. I'm having a little bit of difficulty sleeping because of the unknown. I did drift off with Rich shortly after that photo was taken.
Keep an eye on the blog for more of Kymani's journeys!