They find things for us to do while we are here...
As it got closer to taking Mr Boy's breathing tube out of his throat today, he had to be weaned off the sedatives which led to the arm restraints. We didn't want him to pull out the tube before it was time!
Dave is modeling one type of breathing aid, the Bi-PAP. When Mr Boy first got the breathing tube out of his throat, they put this nose ventilator on him. However, he would have none of it, so after almost 2 hours of thrashing about and crying, we switched to the mask below, which was more comfortable.
We call it the "Avatar mask"
I got to hold him!
I am not sure if Mr Boy knew I was holding him as he is still pretty out of sorts and fuzzy.
This was our happiest moment of the day, aside from a tiny smile we got while they took his mask off for just a moment.