I relieved Rob this morning and had a hard time kicking him out of the hospital and back to work. Today has been pretty good because I have had lots of one on one time with Charlie (ie. patting his bum time). We changed the formula yesterday back to Enfamil and we are going to give it one more day to see if we think it has made a difference. So far he has had less residual stomach acid and less liquid poop but I'm not conviced that it has made him feel completely better. Dr. Jackson will probably try the venting G-tube tomorrow and if that doesn't work we will go to the G-J tube. We went to OT this morning with Neale and she put him in a stander. This looks like an ancient torture device but is a contraption that actually beneficial for him. Some reasons it important for Charlie to be in a standing position is it increases bone density, helps digestion (gravity pulls food down), promotes head control, makes him use his torso muscles. Neale mentioned some more but I can't remember them all. She thinks he should work up to 30 min. 3 times a day. He didn't hate it but didn't love it either. When he was completely upright, his head flopped forward but he was able to turn it a little to the side by himself (the right side of course).