|Playing in the PT room|
|Getting some OT time while doing photophoresis|
Aaron was admitted to the hospital since he was being watched closely and had many IV medications and procedures. This was actually the best inpatient stay we have ever had. I am becoming a pro at this inpatient stuff and called ahead to have everything set up. He had his favorite photophoresis nurse, Ms. Carol, as well as PT and OT appointments daily. We were put on the 7th floor which is a quiet floor with large rooms. Overall, we had plenty to do during the day and were able to sleep during the night. That is not common in the hospital.
On the second day, Aaron's stool results came back positive for Adenovirus. Yuck!!!!! Now Aaron has three virus (norovirus, rhinovirus, adenovirus) that his immune system (or lack of) cannot get rid of. Dr. Davies believes that this new virus probably aggravated his body and led to the gvhd flare. Like most viruses, there is no treatment and we will just have to watch and wait.
Aaron's skin is looking better and his attitude has stayed great during this whole ordeal. He actually loves going to the hospital because he gets to watch his iPad most of the day and gets to order food from the menu. He is such a happy little boy! I thank the Lord for that. He has no idea that what he is going through is not normal.
|Racing cars with Dad in the hospital|
|Bundled up in his UV clothing to take a picture with the cow at the rest stop|