Everything is going well here.
Zoe had physical therapy and she’s ready to explode we think, now that she’s starting to feel better. Once she loses a bit of weight she will likely have an easier time with the developmental steps — sitting on her own, holding her feet, rolling over.
She is sitting mostly unsupported, just with a hand at her back, working on her tripod. She can roll half way over, but her little legs drag her down, keeping her from making it all the way. She is trying, however, and at this point I think that’s what we want to see. She knows what to do but the circumstances are holding her back a little.
Zoe’s WBC was 0.3 (300) today. Down slightly, but good news overall since she is holding her count. If she remains at 0.3 or above another day or two we’ll have met another milestone on the way to engraftment.
As I mentioned yesterday, we’ll be focusing on her ANC for awhile. The first goal is 500 for 3 or more days. Today her Segs were at 48 with no Bands reported, which means our ANC calculation looks like this:
(SEG +BAND) x WBC = ANC
(.48 + 0) x 300 = 144