There is talk of William coming home tomorrow! He is not 100% and still sounds very raspy, but he is holding his oxygen well and they feel we can do everything at home that they are doing there, except the deep tube suctioning, which they think is a decreasing benefit.
I will be glad to have him home, but I am nervous, too. I had hoped he would be all better when we brought him home, or at least his lungs would sound clear. However, his doctor prescribed "The Vest" for him and the company will overnight it to us when William is discharged and a RT will come out to teach us how to use it shortly after we get it. Hopefully this will really help break everything up and keep his lungs clear. If you'd like to see how vest therapy works, here is a short demonstration video:
He has been finding ways to entertain himself, as he is now bored with his toys:
Building a mountain.....King of the hill