Day 21. Very peaceful.
Day 24. He was taken off CPAP again today but was put back in the evening because he was struggling a bit. The good news is that he's packing on the ounces: up to 3 pounds, 6 ounces!
Day 24. Logan was opening his eyes a lot today
Day 24. Zzzzz...
Mom and Sara
Nurse Sara, Logan's nighttime primary. We will always remember her for her energy, devotion, attention to detail, and willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty.
Nurse Lillian, Logan's daytime primary. She is absolutely awesome; smart, dedicated, compassionate, and so Irish. She was always willing to give it to us straight and we trusted her implicitly.
Day 25. Changing Logan with an assist from Norma, a wonderful and kind nurse.
Day 25. Changing Logan.
Caught this rescue copter as it was landing on the hospital roof
Day 40 and growing like a weed
Day 41. He's gotten big enough that he's easy to hold.
Day 41. Logan loves his binkie.
Arrival in Salem
On the 27th of September, Logan was transferred to the Special Care Nursery at Salem Hospital.
Oct 10. This week Logan was moved from his isolette to an open crib. This is a big deal because it means that he is now able to regulate his own body temperature. And it's easier for me to take photographs :)
"Hm....what do I want for lunch...?"
"What? Do I have something on my face...?"
After 61 days in the hospital, Logan comes home!
Oct 15, 2009
Oct 15, 2009. Mom brings Logan home for the first time!
Oct 15, 2009. Logan's first day home