The last few days Ella has been a little hard to feed, we have to watch her very closely while feeding since she has been throwing up so much. We have been watching it but haven't been too concerned considering her past patterns. However yesterday she had diarrhea almost every diaper and she threw up all of her heart medications. We can not give her more meds when she throws them up, therefor she goes without... obviously that's not good. Last night after changing her diaper around 10pm she did not have a wet or dirty diaper for the next 11 hours. This is concerning for many reasons one being that she develops fluid on her lungs which make her stats drop. That is why one of her meds make her pee, it takes the fluid off her lungs. This was one of the medications that she had thrown up. Also it is a concern because most infants pee every 3 or so hours anyway! Ella has continued to throw up and it has increased slightly, she threw up some of her meds again this morning, and she has started having diarrhea again. We are going to call the cardiologist first thing in the morning or sooner if she gets any worse. So far her oxygen level is staying stable and she is not running any temperature! Also she is her normal smiley self. Mainly I ask you to pray for wisdom for Jon and I and the doctors as we decide what is and what isn't a big deal. Some things seem so simple yet could be a big warning that something isn't right. We are somewhat confidant that she is not in any initial danger at this point; however, we will let the doctor make that call! My main concern right now is her not getting a good dose of her medications, and I am concerned that she might get dehydrated. They informed me a while back it is very dangerous for a heart baby to get dehydrated because it is so hard on their heart. Also they told me that babies can get dehydrated very quickly so we are looking for any signs of dehydration... so far she appears good. Please keep Ella in your prayers as we try to find a solution to whatever is causing her upset tummy.