The male nurses up here grow mustaches for March Madness. When Teagan got his breathing tube in two weeks ago last Sunday, they use brown tape and it looks like he has a mustache. We told the guys that Teagan is participating in Mustache March. Last night the guys shaved their mustaches. This morning when I got here our male nurse asked if I noticed anything different about Teagan. His breathing tube was gone, he shaved his mustache too. I hope it is not an April fools joke and he gets it back in. He also started sucking his me-me this afternoon which is great because breathing tubes in babies make them forget how to suck and swallow. He looks great today, very pink and alert. Still no echo, maybe tom. Dr. Harris, our hero, stopped by today, he is very concerned for us, we really appreciate it. Big G was impressed that I could tell him stuff he didn't even understand. I never cared this much in biology, but now that it's my son I care a whole lot more. His chest tube is still slowing down, but we need it to stop completely so they can take it out and then I can finally hold him. We are learning patience up here, we are on Teagan Time, we are learning that he goes at his own pace. So we really appreciate days like these when thing are going sideways. I wish you all could sit by Teagan and feel his spirit, it radiates love, peace, hope, and a determination to get better. So keep up the prayers for a speedy recovery, they are working.
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