Well we got onto the portable ventilator at the first go. Even the nurses were surprised at how quickly he took to it. And just when we started to talk about maybe taking Joshua for a walk around the hospital to get him a change of scenery or maybe even some sunlight he started to … Continue reading 73 days and counting
It's been a while since my last post and a lot of things (mostly bad) have happened. I'll try to recount the last few days as best I can from memory but some of the facts are a little hazy at best. Just over a week ago Joshua had an EEG to check how the … Continue reading Hard to keep track
Just like everything else, we needed two attempts at the sleep study to get it right. The decision was taken that Joshua should undertake a sleep study so that we can see in detail how he breathes in different stages of awake and asleep and what affect that has on him. The respiratory doctors had … Continue reading Sleep study
On Thursday 3rd of May I went to Alton Towers and was really exited. When I got there I was a bit scared because there was only really big rides or CBEEBIES LAND witch isn't really my thing. At first I was really scared because all of the rides were scary and they went upside … Continue reading ALTON TOWERS!!!!!!!!!!
Joshua is finally awake so today I decided to let him play with my ice cream squishem.He held it, then dropped ,(So I picked it up).He held it and dropped it ( so I picked it up AGAIN). I WAS A BIT FED UP OF PICKING IT UP !
There use to be chicks in the hospitals chapel.There were 3 of them to be precise. We were allowed to hold the chicks when ever we wanted!Once I entered a competition. I drew my picture and entered it in to the competition. I went to see the chicks many times and I came to the … Continue reading Chicks in the chapel
So it's been a pretty calm week with Joshua and not much has changed regarding his status. The ventilator has been doing it's job and breathing for him when he doesn't and his sats have generally been very good. Laura attended a MDT (multi-disciplinary team) meeting during the week where the neuro and PICU consultants … Continue reading A quiet week