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He's still very unhappy.

At first, he didn't cry, which concerned the doctors because he
was grunting. That meant he still had some fluid in his lungs.
They called this "transition breathing" and it's apparently somewhat
common in c-section babies. However, that coupled with the fact
that he'd gone almost 24 since Tina's water broke meant they were
worried he'd gotten an infection, so they decided we needed to 
admit him to the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit) for a
course of antibiotics and some blood tests.