Saturday, February 6, 2010

Day 16 of Therapy

Today was a great day for vomit at all!!!!! But instead of vomiting with the food now she has decided to do it with the milk! We will get it all down pat but she is quite the challenge. Mya was not vomiting previously with the milk for several days in a row so I have total confidence she can do it!

Ben was going to go home and think about what to do to cure the problem but we may space out her food and milk a bit. (We typically give all the food and then immediately do we may wait at least 15 minutes in between.)

Mya has officially put on 1 pound 1 ounce of weight!! From the pictures you can tell how happy and healthy she looks! We may actually start cutting back some of the calories in her food so she is not putting on weight so rapidly! Who would of thought!

Overall it was a great day! She is really getting over the gagging and the idea of wanting to vomit which is great! We are slowing the feedings down and slowly molding it to what a typical meal looks like! She is also doing great hydration wise and made up for the milk vomiting in between the feedings. I couldn't be more proud of her! She has been great through out this whole journey! We have been gone for three weeks now! It's been hard being away from our family and friends but so worth it in the end!

ps. We have also been pacifier free for 3 days!!!

Last but not least.....GO COLTS!!!!


  1. Way to go! I look forward to reading your blog everyday to find out Mya's progress. This is all just wonderful! She looks the picture of health and such a happy little girl. Keep up the good work, Mya! Tara told me Ben's potty training story. I think she and Noah should join you in California for awhile! Ha!

  2. I am so glad things are going so well. I am sure Grandma and Grandpa were really glad to see all of you too. My prayers continue to be with all of you and hope success sends you home soon. Always remember this is only a tiny bit of time compared to a lifetime. Take Care and God Bless!! Love you, Aunt Pat Rhoads