Her two attendings and her fellow have stopped by tonight. They can see the difference as I can. everyone is so relieved. Sighs of relief. We were headed to ICU and intubation. Could I have done that to her? I'm not ready to say good-bye yet, but would she ever forgive me for incubating her again? Would it be fair to her? End of life decisions are hard to make.
We are not out of the woods yet. She is still on 8 liters of oxygen, but my baby's eyes are back and that is all that matters to me right now!!
Poor Daddy came to see us today. He was bringing me more clothes and food. He and Brother arrived just as the team was assessing Bella and making plans to get her downstairs pronto! As I hold Bella and they searched for yet more access, a nurse tells me, "Your husband is here and the doctor is talking to him." Poor Jas! We got to the PCU and things settled down a bit to find out that they have changed their visitors policy - no siblings under 12. So Daddy can only stay a little bit. Just enough to get even more worried about his baby girl.
So grateful for today's miracle! Fight on, baby girl. Fight on!