|We went to the zoo last weekend. Here are my three eaglets|
hanging out in the eagle's nest.
But he's doing great! I emailed our trach guru about his sats. He's better OFF the vent than ON, at least until he gets tired.
|Aaron's trying to pretend he doesn't know|
his goofy brothers.
And so we are. After spending 9 days with an hour in the morning and another in the evening, on Monday I decided to see just what he could do.
FOUR hours off, followed by five hours on, and another FIVE hours off!! Yeah, it was a push. He did great, but was too tired the next day to do much. Since then, he's been 2-3 hours off at a time, usually twice a day.
He's sleeping a little bit more than usual, but not much. All his vital signs stay stable or we switch back.
|Top pic was taken two years ago,|
bottom on Saturday. I think
I see a family resemblance.
And his lungs have never sounded clearer.
Will he ever be able to totally kick the vent? Who knows. But he wasn't "supposed" to live this long either.
So we'll follow his lead, give him some pushes in the right direction, and see where he takes us.
If nothing else, it's sure to be a ride.