Katie in a Basinette

Katie's Family

Katie’s Family, photo by Harold Davis.

Katie Rose is out of her isolette and into a basinette. This is a very big step for Katie, and one that is appropriate for Independence Day weekend.

Katie is still connected to an oxygen supply, and being fed using a gavage tube and pump. There are still monitors attached to her. But she seems happy to be “out in the world” without a barrier, and it is easier to relate to her as a (small) newborn baby.

Oh yes, another milestone: Katie passed four pounds.

All three brothers (and Phyllis and Katie) shown above; Julian and Katie spending some quality time with each other below.

Katie & Julian

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