This morning Peyton did very well with taking all his bites. Every fourth bite had tomato soup on it. In Occupational Therapy (OT) one of the things they worked with was chocolate pudding. He had it everywhere... face, hair and even put some in his mouth. In Speech Therapy (ST) they tried chicken soup out. He seemed to like it so that will be on his menu for tomorrow. This afternoon they saw the real Peyton.......(I'm not going to do it). The first few bites were ok then the fits started. They do active ignoring while they are feeding. I am going to have to work on this!!! One of his fits went on for eight minutes then he finally took a bite and got to play again. He thought he was going to get his way but.....they showed him. Overall he once again had a very good day.
This is a blog I created to keep you updated on the journey of Peyton Andrew Nichols. He was a 25 weeker born on Sept. 2, 2005, weighing only 1 pound 4 ounces. He lived 207 days in the NICU at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas then 43 days at Our Children's House at Baylor before he was able to come home. What a great journey we are on with him. God is good all the time!