First, all of the good news. Gabbie moved into an open air crib today and did great with it. She is nursing twice a day, taking 34cc's of milk every 3 hours and demanding more. Niklas also went to breast twice today. Lukas is on full time cannula, finally getting rid of his C-PAP. If it weren't for Niklas's brain scan, it would seem everything is going perfectly. However, today's scan showed a .5cm increase in ventricle size. Sometime on Thursday Niklas will have surgery to insert a reservoir to manage his post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus. This is a relatively routine procedure that will allow the doctors to "tap" the fluid every few days. Eventually, the fluid buildup could resolve on its own, but if it does not, he will have a permanant shunt installed to manage it. Both Greta and I have been prepared for this procedure for a while, but we both hoped things would resolve before it got to this point. Just after I got the news today, a highschool classmate emailed me and told me how her son went through the same procedure 2 1/2 years ago and is doing great today. It's always great to connect with people who are going through the same thing, and it really helped me to digest the news. In the picture you can see Gabbie's induction into the 3 lb club. Yes they spelled "Myers" wrong and no, her name is not hyphenated, but it's still a great achievement.