That Girl has been on the magnesium stuff since Friday afternoon (she doesn't recommend it), and while it's slowed down labor, it hasn't stopped it completely. The "protein swipe thingie they do to determine if you'll go into labor soon" came back positive. They've given her steroid injections (in her bum, of all places) which should help the baby's still not-at-all-ready lungs. They're just waiting for the steroid to take effect before they'll stop the magnesium (at least another day), and then let nature take its course. Because there ain't no stoppin' nature.
So she'll be having a baby within a week (so sayeth the protein swipe thingie), and will be chillin' in the hospital until then - right next to the best neonatal center Phoenix has to offer. They say the average NICU stay for a 32 week baby is three weeks.
She would like to say thank you for all the prayers and love. It means more than words can say.
Oh, and also: Magnesium sucks.