After a full day in the CICU, Davis is doing really well. He came a long way from the state he was in this morning. Our nurse today said she's never seen a turn around so fast, and now his blood tests are reading perfectly. So evidently, he just needed to be snapped out of his SVT arrhythmia pattern (this is what they are thinking he experienced), and then get some extra help to stabilize again. We were only in the ER for about an hour before we came up to the oh so familiar CICU. Somehow, despite the problems that brought us back, it was strangely comfortable to be back at the place where they know Davis and how to care for him best. There was a sense of relief once we got up here and the docs/nurses took over. They are just amazing here and always seem to know what to do. So as I type, Davis has been extubated and is being held by Kelly after getting some much appreciated milk. He hadn't eaten since 10:30 last night, so his belly was totally empty. I think he's perfectly content now, full belly and dad's warm arms to hold him. :) So tomorrow we'll be back to talk with the EP (electrophysicist) to discuss his arrhythmia, look at all his echo scans/EKGs and potentially do a small trial where they put an electrode down his throat where it sits next to his heart and they can then monitor his electrical activity patterns of his heart. The goal is to figure out what he experienced and how to prevent it from happening again with medication. Once this is under control, we will be discharged...again. Stay tuned.