We just got back from our most recent visit with Ellie. She's doing well, and I was able to change her diaper. She piddled just as I was putting the new diaper on so I technically got to do two changes. The doctor said they took out one of the tubes in her tummy and will most likely take out the other one today. (At which point we might be able to hold or do "kangaroo" care with her.) He's increased her milk intake to 1 cc every 3 hours, which we're excited about. One of the biggest hurdles she faces is getting to the place where she can get all of her nutrition from my milk.
Speaking of milk (stop reading now if you don't want to hear anything about nursing - or pumping in our case), I was able to get 55ml in one session right before going to see Ellie! Up until now I've only gotten close to 5ml so we're on the road to getting Ellie plenty to eat. Although it'll be a long time before she eats enough to keep up with how much I make, it's good to be to the place of making enough for her.
Also, Kit took a photo of Ellie "suntanning" under the blue light that she's under to help with her jaundice. You can see she has little "sunglasses" on to help her sleep in spite of the bright light. The doctor said her jaundice level has decreased since they put the light on her yesterday morning so they'll probably take her off of the light tomorrow. She'll most likely need it again at some point, but she's progressing for right now.