Maybe him being able to be more active goes hand in hand with his higher oxygen levels. After his surgeries in January we had a hard time keeping his saturations above 75% on oxygen full time. I honestly thought he would learn how to walk with an oxygen chord following behind. I was ready to haul that oxygen tank around for the next 2 years. Now he hangs out at 84% during the days (still needing a boost at night with O2). I never DREAMED we would be able to take him to the cabin this summer. But we DID!
His Dr. said he needs to stay above 75% (oxygen saturations). We watched his levels the entire climb up the mountain and he settled in at 76%- elevation 7600 ft above sea level.... ROCKSTAR! We could only stay a few hours and he can't spend the night, but we will take day trips as long as we can.
We have found Logan loves tools just as much as his dad and big brother. He will never miss out on the action of fixing something. If Tanner has the option of watching the repair man fix our washer or go swimming with his friends he chooses to watch the guy with the tools (just happened a few weeks ago). I think Logan is following in the same footprints!
We are having a fun and very dirty summer, and Logan is in the middle of all the action!