A Much better day!Finally I got a few advocates for our opinion on Mya's pain meds... we now have a plan to wean her off of the high dosages that Rob & I agree with. The original plan was going to take a really long time (literally 3+ months) and had some adjustment times that gave her really high dosages mid way through that we thought would only make her crash. It took several conversations and a lot of different people, but we are finally all in agreement with the plan going forward. In the mean time, the reduction to 10 from 12 of her dosages have been a really positive step. She's been more "with it" when she has been awake, and she's been up longer. I wrote my blog posting yesterday at a very frustrated state, but she woke up that evening and was a very normal little Mya. She's sitting on her own finally and was trying to pull her self up in her crib yesterday. So great to see. Another reason we've been kept here longer is because of her junky sounding breathing. She has a lot of mucus stuck in her throat, and it's an area that could contract an infection. Usually she could cough it up, but since she's been on these meds, they seem to be acting as a cough suppressant, keeping it all in her chest. The bad part is that she may have an infection- she coughed up a lot of junk yesterday and was a color that they were concerned with. While I don't think it's anything to worry about, they put us in isolation. HOORAY!!! We now have our own room! I haven't slept better (while in the hospital) in over a week!