This is my younger sister Kaari (her name rhymes with "sorry"). I think she's rather fabulous. And I've never (and I mean never) met another person so excited about being an aunt.
James and I toured the NICU at Seattle Children's Hospital yesterday. I've never been to a children's hospital, but I was impressed with how unlike a hospital it felt (i.e., my blood pressure did not go through the roof when I walked through the door, like it tends to when I enter most medical establishments). People were excited for us to meet our first baby. I didn't feel odd or like a pariah for being pregnant with a baby that has ToF. There were brightly colored murals everywhere, and everyone who worked there smiled. It felt like a hopeful place.
We learned that amongst the many and various resources available, we can connect to wireless internet while we're there. We are definitely planning on taking one of our laptops with us so we can provide regular updates (and pictures!) as we're able. But I wanted to let you know that Auntie Kaari might be dropping in at Team-Ewan.com from time to time, offering not only the updates on Baby Ewan's condition (and ours), but also a different perspective on the matter. She loves her nephew to the moon and back already, so I know she will do an awesome job. She's definitely ready to spoil him rotten!