I really don't know how I feel about this.
I just found out Peanut has Williams Syndrome. (read more about that here. )

Considering genetic disorders, it's not the worst. He will have problems with math, spatial relations, understanding social ques...left brain kind of stuff. But he will be amazing with music and incredibly friendly.

It's easy for me to say this now, but I honestly felt like something was wrong when I was pregnant. You don't want to say it at the time because saying it might make it come true. You don't want to jinx anything. But I really had this feeling...and it continued when I brought Peanut home from the hospital. His weight, for one, was a HUGE surprise. I was expecting another 8-9lb baby. But instead, they hand me this tiny 6 lb, 14 oz creature. I said it then and I will say it again...NOT NORMAL. There was something about having a baby that is 3 pounds lighter then his brother that didn't sit right with me. When I mention it to the doctor, "Oh, that's nothing to worry about."
THEN there was his breathing. Again, I had a feeling something wasn't right. He was breathing a lot heavier and faster then Monkey ever did. I said it then and I will say it again...NOT NORMAL. I mentioned it to every doctor I spoke to, and they all said "Oh, thats normal for newborns. It will go away."
THEN there were his eyes. My mom mentioned it at first and she was right. His eyes looked swollen. I said it then and I will say it again...NOT NORMAL. We mentioned it to the doctors, and again "Oh, that will go away."
Now. Someone, anyone, I DARE you to tell me my instincts were wrong. I DARE you to tell me I was silly for worrying so much.

Something WAS wrong. His breathing was an indication of his heart defect. His low weight and swollen eyes were an indication of Williams Syndrome.
I was right.