Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Ding Ding Ding......Round Three

Round three is officially underway. It started about 15 till 9 last night July 19th. An exact replica of Round One, Round 3 is a little less scary because we have an "idea" of what is going to happen, but still scary because we have no "idea" of what is going to happen. Our doctors have told us that it is going to take longer for him to rebound this time then the previous times. We have to watch urine and stool output as well as monitor his nutrition. So far so good but we only have night one of five nights down.

I can say he if full of it today. We went down to the playroom and brought him back a Little Tykes piano that he has been banging vigorously on for the last couple of hours. He loves ANYTHING that makes noise right now. A few months back I bought him some of those little rings that attach together that he can chomp on for teething, I got those out before we left home and Keeg feel in love.

He is still eating like a champ, no vomit YET. I anticipate vomiting will start tomorrow. He is on IV fluids which tend to make him very puffy, especially the side on which he lays. Oh yea and he has managed to pee on me not once, not twice but three lucky times since we checked in last night! He NEVER does this to me! I don't know if it's the way the air blows on him or what but it has to STOP, I am changing sheets almost every time I change  diaper!

I am including a video today of the little piano man, its so fun to see him finally interested in toy!

Video to come, the site I used was crappy and deleted it on me!


  1. ahhh so cute! he's so proud of himself & his piano skills.

  2. That's so cool! Love to see him smile like that.

  3. Yay Keegan! ;) Baby Mozart!

    Something we do to avoid having to change the sheets so much in the hospital: layers! We make the bed regularly... then put down a chux pad, baby blanket, chux pad, baby blanket, repeat. Then when he pukes/pees/poops all I have to do is take off a layer. It's especially great when I have no one to hold him or no place to put him while I change the bed. :P


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