It's been another big day up here at PCMC. I was able to nurse Seth today and he did great. He latched on great and even gave me a big smile half way through the feeding--I didn't care that it was a gas smile. Then we fell asleep in the chair together for awhile. It almost felt like we were living a normal life.
And now we just moved up to the CSU (Children's Surgical Unit). This is a less critical unit. It's nice to be out of the ICU because it means that Seth is improving. The room is also HUGE compared to the ICU. I do worry because he won't have his own personal nurse anymore, but he probably doesn't need the constant care as much. Besides, I will probably be here all the time anyway.
|Seth in his new room.|
Mark and Dax came to see Seth today. They haven't seen him since the surgery, so they were very excited.
|I think he looks skinny here, too. Juxtaposition tends to do that!|
|Mark's really impressed by how tiny Seth is.|
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(In reality, Natalie took 4 pictures and Dax tried a different face for all of them.)