We all went up to see Amanda, Chet, and Reid this evening. Only 2 people are allowed in the room at a time and one has to be a parent, so the visiting was slow going. They just finished constructing the NICU at Dupont less than 3 months ago and it is wonderful. Every baby has their own room with a couch and recliner for the parents. Amanda and Chet are hanging in there - easily overwhelmed, which can be understood. The pictures just do not do Reid justice as to how small he truly is. The one picture is of Amanda's hand and his. Right now he can be touched only occasionally and only by the parents and staff at the hospital and only with gloves on. No holding until probably a week from now. Reid will sometimes stop breathing but they have the oxygen on full time to keep him going. His heart rate will also drop - when I was in there it went from the normal 150 down to 75 - which sent the nurses running. Mom got to see them change his diaper - those diapers are so incredibly small, I don't think they would fit a doll even. So, he has oxygen tubes in his nose, and IV in his arm, heart rate monitor patches on his chest, a nasogastrotube down his throat, a pulsoxometer on his foot, and another patch on his chest to measure his breathing. The equipment probably weighs more than him. At any rate, that is as much as I know now. I encourage anyone who reads this to leave a comment so Amanda and Chet can come to it and read all your well-wishes and prayers. Thank you for all the prayers that have already been said on their behalf. I will keep this post updated as I know more.