The only thing she didn't pass was her oxygen check. Her numbers lingered around 88-92 and they want them above 96/97 consistently. So we are still on oxygen, bummer I know. It is interesting to me that her numbers were above 96 (out of 100) before the surgery when she had a gaping hole in her heart and now that it is fixed her levels are lower? Crazy I know. They said it mostly had to do with her lungs adjusting to the new pressures and such.
But overall we are thrilled with her progress. She now gets to have tummy time again, take baths, and wear normal clothes (she was only in zip up pajamas for the past two weeks to avoid pulling clothes over her bandages)! We are excited for all three and look forward to getting rid of the oxygen sometime in the future hopefully soon.
Madie after her first real bath in a month, in a onesie, after tummy time, and playing with her favorite toy!