Both boys are somewhat stable on their respective breathing apparatus. Still plenty of ABDs but that's not new. Nolan's bleeding from his lungs has thankfully finally stopped so they will very slowly try again to wean him from the ventilator. Asher is doing really well on CPAP so I have been able to hold him nearly every day.
Both boys seem to be losing weight as quickly as they are gaining so the doctors are carefully monitoring it. If they don't start improving they will add additional fat to their milk (currently they already add fortifiers) and hope that helps but for now they'll just continue to watch the trend.
Other than that, they'll both get eye exams in the next couple weeks with a pediatric opthamologist. They get the exam whenever he's in the hospital for surgeries so we don't know when that will be, other than next time he's around. I'm slightly nervous because eye problems are a very real possibility with micro preemies, but we'll just have to wait and see.
Visit length and frequency has been increasing, especially with Asher's willingness to be handled. We may have to start taking more people up on offers to take Rio as it's not exactly relaxing when she's running around bumping into things and knocking stuff over. She loves her brothers though so we take her up as much as we can tolerate the stress. On that note, I'll leave you with a couple cute shots of her "snuggling" the boys for the first time.
Nolan showing off