Here are some new pics of Benjamin. These were taken today. He is off the oxygen so we were finally able to get some shots of his face without all the tubes. He is doing well, he is still being fed through a small feeding tube and they are slowly increasing the amount of breast milk they give him. He has lost some weight (which is pretty normal), he is about 4 pounds right now. He will be in the NICU for a few weeks at least, there are several milestones he has to hit before he can come home and it will take time for him to get there. I was finally released from the hospital tonight, and while it was incredibly painful to leave Benjamin it is really good to be home. I know that me being gone has been hard on Caleb (and Glenn too). Caleb needs his mommy too. I am recovering fairly well, I am getting around pretty good, although I move very slow. My mind is still reeling from all that has happened, this was truly unexpected, I'm trying to wrap my brain around the fact that I had a hysterectomy at 31 years old. Glenn and I were pretty sure that this was going to be our last baby but I kinda feel like the option has been taken from me. But I truly feel blessed to have the 2 wonderful boys that I have. I am so thankful that I was already in the hospital when things started going downhill because time was truly of the essence and the situation could have been absolutely disastrous. We praise God for the wonderful staff at the hospital who acted so quickly and did what needed to be done. We praise God that Benjamin is doing so well even at 8 weeks premature. We have so much to be thankful for. I really appreciate all the e-mails and comments we have received. I know so many of you have been praying for us. Please continue to pray that Benjamin will just blow us away and come home sooner than anyone could expect. We will continue to post pictures and updates.