As far as drugs, we discharged on Pulmicort, Viagra, Digoxin, Lasix, iron, and potassium. Not too shabby, huh?So now, to shift gears, let me tell you how awesome he is. He's now 4 and a half months corrected age, and is functioning at anywhere from 2-4 months in all his developmental levels. He's working on head and trunk control, he tracks slowly, but he tracks, he smiles interactively, he can shift items from hand to hand, he loves to eat and will take any flavor or texture (except my breast milk, of course. Stinker.) He holds his paci and tries to roll over on his own. He's working on sitting up with assistance, and would rather sit than lie down anyday.
So many of his delays can be blamed on environmental elements, such as lying in a bed flat on a vent for over 100 days when he should have been curled up in a ball in my belly. It took forever to do hand to mouth, but his muscles were too short in some places and too long in others, simply due to positional reasons. We're expecting to have some obstacles to overcome, but we do therapy constantly in our house and he WILL overcome whatever obstacles there are. He's already overcome so many!
And now it's time for his breakfast. Cereal +22 cal and some sweet potatoes and corn. Yum!
Oh, and btw, just read back over this and noticed all the run-on sentences. Sooo not worried about them today, sorry! You are forced to translate!