Teagan is doing well we are just trying to get him on full feeds. He has been wrenching and dry heaving and I'm not sure what is worse, but we have backed off on his feeds and are feeding him continuously. Dr. Rollins says that is how he has wanted his feed all along, for at least a month. The wrenching and even all of his reflux meds he should not need or do in a few weeks. He got off his oxygen today and is still stating in the high 80's. We should be able to go home this weekend! My R.S. made me the cutest book and I could not believe how sweet it is and how many lives Teagan has touched. They made me some extra note cards and I have been having our nurses and family leave messages and I invite anyone else too. If you leave a comment, let me know you want me to put it in his book and I will transfer it. We want him to read it when he is 15 and being naughty, so he will see how hard we have had to work to have him here and how many people love him. Thanks for your help! Remember if you choose anonymous then anyone can comment.
Attitude is everything. Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle. Live simply, love generously, care deeply, speak kindly, because life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass... it's about learning to dance in the rain.