Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott gathered with Liam, Stella, Finn and Hattie in their Westlake Village, Calif., home on Sept. 27. Months into her pregnancy, Spelling learned she had a condition called placenta previa, in which the placenta covers the cervix. Spelling's case -- the most severe form -- ran the risk of having a massive bleed that could force doctors to terminate the pregnancy and remove the entire uterus in an attempt to save her life. "It was surreal," Spelling remembered. "I felt stupid for placing such value on little things my whole life."