This afternoon I heard from Baby E's doctor and he confirmed that the lump on his ribs is indeed a calcium deposit. We will likely have him seen by a specialist at Hopkins in the coming months so that they can get a baseline on him. Again, it is unusual for them to be developing so early, so the doctor wants to keep a strict eye on his bone development. It wasn't the news we were hoping to hear, but at least we have some idea of what we are dealing with.
I was pretty bummed about the news this afternoon, so it was extra special to me this evening that I got to see him roll over for the first time. (FYI... If you see baby E do any milestones, don't tell me... I like to think that Tim or I get to see them first, even if it isn't the case.)
In other news, Baby E has graduated from the swaddling blanket... This is huge because being swaddled was the only way he would sleep. However, in lieu of being swaddled, he now will only sleep in his bear suit.