It seems like yesterday was a million years ago and yet just happened. Edmund is a different baby today but is still very sick. At my last visit, the nurse told me they turned his oxygen down to 73% (he was at 100%), his blood pressure and heart rate are stable but his heart is still weak. It is functioning at about 20%. His bladder is full - he has made a few more pees since this morning, but still has not emptied it all. A urologist is coming, probably as I type, to attempt a catheter again. This is good news because it suggests his kidneys can still work.
Heidi is doing really well, too. Everyone she talks to says they are going to give her a black belt for delivering such a large baby. She just pumped some colostrum about 20 minutes ago - she filled up two little bottles! When Edmund can have the food, the nurses will put it him through a tube in his mouth.
This morning Heidi and I went to visit him; Heidi started to speak to him and he started to suck on his tubes vigorously! :-) We also get to touch him again; we can't caress him or anything.
He is still very sick and needs a lot more prayers..