Today I woke up and set off to my Alma Mater to use their research publication access privileges. I'd gone through all of the pertinent abstracts last night, but needed to dig deeper. I jumped headfirst into all of the literature pertaining to postnatal steroids and started from the beginning. I examined all of the most pertinent papers in the field, printed them, and ranked them in a binder for when your mother and I talked to the doctors. I'm glad that I did. The current consensus in the literature to date is that the use of postnatal steroids should be used only in the severest cases of respiratory distress, but it turns out that the doctor on duty last night was very hawkish about using steroids. Too hawkish. The one that we met with today had a very different perspective, and it confirmed my suspicions. Apparently, now that you are at full feeds, you have a much better chance of growing out of your respiratory issues without resorting to drugs that might fry your brain. If that's the case, then that's fine by me.