Sorry for the lack of updates, there isn't a lot we can do right now due to the incisions. I even brought him to the ER last night, because his back incision has a hard lump by it & there's fluid around his pump.
The ER doc called right to the floor where Corb was when he got the pump, they came to the conclusion that the one on his back may be the body reacting to the foreign objects (stitches) & the fluid was because the binder wasn't on tight enough. I thought I had it pretty tight but now I got it real tight (poor thing) There is less fluid though.
Today I did have him sitting/leaning against me while he had his knee immobilizers on. Long sitting has always been hard for him, so we went real slow.
I have been putting his splints on a few times a day, for a few minutes at a time, I'm trying to get him used to them, then when he feels better, he will be ok with them while doing the ROM with them.
He has been a great boy through all this. I'm very proud of him.
So far there's a few things he's already doing so much better, his eating is going so great he's even taking bites & he pushes his tongue out when he needs to burp & can't fit anymore in LOL, (the nissen is a little tight, he's having a hard time getting food past it), he's slamming his chocy milk & he's been goober talking, every day ALL day & so many new, silly sounds.
He's a nut!!!! :-D Like his momma.
Caradie and Corbin