We had a great day with Campbell yesterday. She slept at night and actually talked to the people that came into her room (including doctors and nurses!!!) She painted a picture in the morning with one of the child life people and even painted one for Dr Mahmoud (it's hysterical to listen to her say his name).
She played most of the day and was up out of bed playing with the girls when they got there after school. She is also not on an IV fluids except when she is taking her anti-biotics which gives her a little bit more mobility than she has had. The PIC line location is still pretty sore but she seems to be adapting.
Then last night, around 8pm, she spiked a fever of 103.8...which through all of us for a loop. We'll wait and see what the doctors have to say about that this morning and how that is going to effect the next few days. We are hoping it just means that they switch her back to the original antibiotic which seemed to be controlling it, but we will have to wait and see...as usual. Her fever was down this morning (around 100.5) so we'll hope that last night was just a blip on the radar.
Greg, Robin, Caitlin, Caroline & Campbell