Well, as the title suggests Amelia was in hospital for Christmas She was snuffly on Tuesday morning and was sneezing alot, so I called and asked the community nurse to come to check on her. The snow was thick and still falling on Tues where we are and she said she did not think she could get to us. She must have thought better of not bothering to come and thank god she did because when she checked Millie's sats they were hovering in the low 80's. She immediately put her 02 up to 0.4 from 0.2 and called the hospital to see if the doctors wanted to see her. They said no, she could stay at home. The community nurse aranged for us to borrow a sats machine from the neonatal unit so we could mon itor her whilst she is under the weather and it quickly became apparent that she was not sustaining adequate sats in 0.4, so she went to 0.6 when that too was not enough I put her up to 0.7 and on the advice of the neonatal unit called an ambulance. She did really well in hospital, and it looked like she would be discharged on Christmas morning, but then on Christmas eve she had two rather spectacular de-sats and it was not to be! She was discharged yesterday (boxing day) and to be honest I am not sure that the hospital have done the right thing. The poor little thing is so congested she can hardly breathe through her nose, and I am constantly upping her oxygen when she de-sats through a feed/has her nappy changed/spontaneously de-sats. Having a baby home on 02 is daunting at the best of times, but having one who is on 02 and poorly is scary, and I just keep wondering what would happen if she had a major 'dusky do', I am not trained to deal with that. The second one she had on Christmas eve there were three nurses dealing with her and even they panicked and called the doctor in pronto. I think the hospital are expecting rather alot of me! Anyway hope you guys all had a lovely Christmas.....I have seen the some of the pics on here and I have to say the babies are looking absolutely divine!