It is good that Daniel knows when to get help when he senses something is wrong. He is a smart one and knows his brothers routines.
It is even good that Christopher has Asthma. I had given him a breathing treatment before bed and was already alert to his breathing difficulties.
It is also good that Christopher snores. The lack of is what got Daniels attention.
It is good we have a great ER with caring nurses. There was at all times one Respiratory Therapist and one nurse in the exam room watching him trying to get his O2 levels up.
It is good that Christopher let the doctors and nurses do what they needed and was polite to them about it. He said he forgives Mr. Jason for the needles and that he is not mad. He knew it needed to be done and was happy that he knew the person doing it.
It is good that the nurses and RT came in every hour to wake him. His O2 levels were never the same, sometimes he had to have more treatments than what was prescribed. He got to sleep Monday night for 2 hours at a time (that's the maximum amount of time a stabilized child's IV can go unsupervised).
It is good that Christopher insurance got switch unexpectedly just one week before. They can keep the premiums for his old insurance coverage, I'm not upset about the switch now.
It is good to be home after being cooped up in a small hospital room with Christopher. After three days laying in bed hooked to oxygen it is nice for him to be able to play.