|He wasn't quite sure what to think |
of this. It was "what is this you're
doing to me?" And while the costume
was okay, he wasn't sure about
the hood at all. Silly bug.
We also tried lying him down on his tummy. That was kind of tricky, and I should have taken a picture, but once we got him there, they were hoping he’d tolerate it for at least 30 minutes. Not only did he tolerate it, he loved it. He slept like that for about six hours! Again, it didn’t seem to do much fto improve his oxygenation, but at least he got some really good sleep. That has to count for something.
So there we are. He’s looking better, happier, but still struggling. At least it’s not quite as scary. But I just don’t understand why he’s needing so much oxygen, and neither do the doctors.
I love the way they cater to the whole child here (and the parent, too). It’s Halloween. The kid’s holiday. Child Life stopped by to say that if we don’t have a costume, they have them upstairs. And they’ll be by later to take pictures. I went up and got the cutest monkey costume. I think it’s appropriate. He was asleep when I got back, so we’ll put it on later. I needed this.