Nothing major to report this morning. Blair is still stable and heavily sedated. I know they slightly decreased some of the pain meds so she's not in such a zombie state.
The Plastic Surgeon came by this morning and helped with her dressing change. They are still concerned with the 1 area of skin because it keeps getting darker. He said he assumes this area will die and if it does then they have a couple different things they can do to fix it.
-No fevers! YAY!
-Peeing a bit! YAY! But, let's pray for MORE pee!
-Abdominal pressures are 10 which is almost normal! They want it to be under 20.
-Pray for a miracle with the "dead" skin issue. Pink up Pink up!!!!
I made a sign for her door and put pictures I had with me up. It's nice that the nurses can see how happy she is when she's awake. We also had to buy some pink balloons (even though one says Happy Birthday - which it is NOT - thanks Britt). And, they provide a HUGE bag of hairbows to choose from. Of course my girl has to have some bright pink! All of this because EVERYONE kept calling her a boy! Ummmm NO! I will provide pictures of all of this on tonight's post! Yes, you will be getting 2 per day for a while! ------ You're welcome! :)
Rounds - They are getting ready to do rounds. This is how it works: Basically, you have to be in your childs rooms BY 7:30 am every morning. At this time the unit is locked down... so you cannot leave and you cannot enter the unit. And, they keep it locked down until after 10 or 11. Patient privacy... gotta love it!
I just ask that everyone to continue to pray that God provides her comfort, peace and healing!
In the meantime I will give ya'll a picture of the night before surgery!