After having a pretty decent pregnncy I started having complications with high blood pressure. Had issues before pregnancy but seemed to be under control during the first two trimesters of my pregnancy. The last couple of weeks it began to rise which raised caution to my doctor. After some tests and unable to control my blood pressure the doctor decided to put me in the hospital for observation. What I thought would be a night turned into a week and a life changing experience. After being transferred to a bigger and more equipped hospital I was induced at 32 weeks. I was scared but was reassured this was best for me and my baby. After 15 hours of labor I gave birth to a 3 lb, 16 1/3 inch long baby girl. She was 32 weeks and 1 day. She came out screaming which made me feel better to hear her cry. After her observation she went to NICU for monitoring. I ended up staying in the hospital for a few days till my blood pressure was under control and I was able to care for myself. Now my focus is to keep my blood pressure under control and to get healthy so I can care for my baby girl when she is able to come home. I am now home trying to take care of myself and get ready for when my little girl gets to come home. It's hard to be away from her but I get to go see her regularly and call and check on her all the time. She is doing very well for being a preemie and seems to be getting stronger and stronger each day. I'm trying hard to pump milk to take to her on my visits but there are times I have good amounts and other times I don't get as much as I would like. Is this normal? What else can I do to assist in getting my baby home with us? I'm a first time mother and would apprecaite any advice or just support through the journey to get her healthy and home.