Travis is vomiting again, we are trying to keep him hydrated, but if it continues, back he goes to the hospital.
Here are some pictures from our last 24 hours.
Being wheeled out of Room 7 at DUKE courtesy of Kellie (Carter's mommy)
His old bedspace after they wheeled him out
Wheels stop at NHRMC. Such a big vehicle to transport one 10lb baby.
Surely one day, I will see my baby transported in the carseat in my van, not in plastic boxes in helicopters and ambulances.
I told these guys in blue (gratefully and politely), that I hope Riley NEVER has to use their services again. That all his traveling from now on will be in a normal vehicle.
Snug as a bug in the "torpedo" as I call it. I think it's real name is a space pod or something like that.
Nurse Michelle had his room all ready for him. You see, she remembered the important stuff "I like: 'my paci'"
they also remembered something else Riley likes:
Those are little tubes of sucrose water, called tootsweet or "sweeties". Riley loves him some sweeties and everyone who has ever cared for him knows it.
Comfy in his new room
Apparently, his new crib is comfy, this is how I found him this morning
Meanwhile...Travis was living large on the 2nd floor
big grin from opening gifts