Asher had another stable night so this morning they put him on high flow prongs (receiving 2L of pressure as opposed to 9L of CPAP or 20 mL of low flow). They also restarted his feeds, discontinued his antibiotics, and moved him back to level 2. Each brother will stay in their own cot for a few days until they're sure Asher is stable, but at least we have them back in the same room together so spending time with them is a bit easier on us. A much better day so hopefully if things continue like this, not as large of a setback as we had originally thought.
Nolan is still doing well, growing like a weed and not fitting in most preemie clothes now. I was able to give him a full bottle for the first time today so that really helped my confidence. Bottle feeding a preemie is nothing like feeding a full term baby, as you have to help them control themselves and pace so the don't choke or forget to breathe.
All in all, we're hoping we're back on the upswing, so Asher needs to know that we're counting on him to behave! Positive thoughts continue so hopefully he gets the message!