In a couple of hours we'll take Sandy back to the hospital. It's called "Mountain View," but from the L & D rooms we mainly get a nice view of the air-conditioning equipment, and an occasional nurse taking a smoke break on the roof. Induction procedures will start again tonight. We've been monitoring her blood pressue very closely at home, and it's definitely trending upward, so my uneducated guess is that once we start trying to have this baby, the doctors won't want to stop until she's delivered, even if that means a C-section. That worked out okay for Julius, though, so I guess it wouldn't be a bad way for Aletheia to enter the world.
There's a fair chance that she'll be born on the 4th of July, which we would rather avoid, just because we are already tired of the comments about having a patriotic baby, but ending her party with a huge fireworks celebration every year could be incredibly cost effective for us, although it might make her future siblings jealous.