Well, apparently it's the season for sitting in our house. Today, we had another trip to the multiples doctor. Last week, I felt kind of tired and in need of my signature location on the couch - since it was spring break, it worked out well. This week, I've been much more active and have been feeling better, so I was pretty sure the doctor was going to tell us that we were still doing great. For the most part, we are. After measuring all the boys, we found out that the kids are really growing. They are all over a pound, which makes me feel a little better about the weight I've gained in the last couple of weeks - at least SOME of it was actual baby weight and not just too many french fries and milkshakes. While examining Baby C, Dr. Payne found a cyst on his brain which is one of the indicators of Downs Syndrome. Statistically, we have a 99.5% chance of him being completely healthy and without a trace of Downs, but it did kind of take us a minute to wrap our heads around the possibilities. We decided to skip the amnio and avoid the risks since we have no plans to terminate our little C-monkey. Bob and I are confident that Baby C is fine, but any extra prayers would be greatly appreciated. In addition to checking the babies, Dr. Payne is the checker of my cervix. Apparently in triplet pregnancies, the cervix length is very important as well as any movement along it. While my cervix is still measuring around 4 cm, apparently it has a dimple (a cervix dimple is not as cute as one on your face), so instead of going back to the multiples doctor in two weeks like usual, we have a return trip on Tuesday to check on my cervix and doctor's instructions to go home and put my feet up. It's not bed rest, but it's definitely a wake up call for me. Bob has been harping on me to sit down and quit doing so much. I thought I had, but I guess that I need to limit my movements a little more. It does make me feel bad for poor Bob who has turned into the chief cook, dishwasher, house cleaner, and fetcher of all things not located on the couch. He is for many reasons including these, definitely the king of my castle.