With the words, "I do not see four chambers of her heart" we were shoved into the world of congenital heart defects.
The Shabbat after Pesach has a unique custom: baking challah bread with a key inside or in the shape of a key. It has a Kabbalistic source based on a verse, that this Shabbat is a special time when the gates of sustenance and the gates of mercy are unlocked.
I have not baked challah in a year. For the remaining six months of the pregnancy, and six months of Tehilla's life, I have not baked challah. But we certainly are at a point in our lives where we need the gates of mercy to unlock. That the anniversary (diagnosiversary?) coincides with this Shabbat, is significant for us.
So, I tried something new: