She is on the bipap now and her heart rate is hanging out much lower than it was, which is great. She just needed a little extra support, but she is definitely not a fan of the mask she has to wear. It obstructs her hands to eyes for rubbing when she is tired. Brian and I were just in there and she was screaming at everyone for making her so uncomfortable. She is getting a breathing treatment soon and will calm down for the night, hopefully.
It appears that she might be getting a secondary bacterial infection from the blood work they took, so they are giving her antibiotics as well, now.
Most people are scared of ICU, but Brian and I are almost relieved to be here. They remember us, love her, and take wonderful care of her. It that doesn't work then we'll bribe them with some sweet treats that you all have been literally leaving on our doorstep. Seriously, we do bribe them. It can't hurt, right? So we will sleep even better tonight knowing that her nurse isn't scurrying around taking care of five other people. Just her and maybe one other kid. Don't think we'll be in ICU longer than a couple of days, but we're all, once again, on Olivia's schedule. And who knows what she has in mind.