Kol went in for a CT scan Sunday morning, to check for swelling, bleeding, etc. Things are looking OK for the most part - there is some swelling, but that's not unexpected. Kol has some reduced movement on his right side, which is also not unexpected, as the lesion was on the left side of the brain - the doctor thinks this may also be related to the swelling. He still has pretty good control, it just seems to be a bit slower on the right side. He'll probably remain in PICU for a couple more days at least - they're hoping to get him in for another MRI on Tuesday.
Last night (Saturday - Sunday) went well. Kristen got a pretty good sleep on the fold-out couch in Kol's room in PICU, while I managed to doze a bit in the bedside chair. The nurse kept waking Kol up every so often (30 minutes? 60 minutes? It kind of blurs after a while) for neuro checks (pupil dilation, responding to simple questions, movement of hands and feet, etc.) which usually woke me up too, but other than that Kol slept very peacefully, especially compared to Thursday and Friday nights.
I'm at Mom and Dad's right now, and once I'm done this post I'm going to try to grab a couple hours uninterrupted sleep (finally got a chance to shower/shave, people will no longer flee in terror/disgust at the sight/smell of me!) and then head back up to the hospital. Once again, we can't thank you enough for all the prayers and messages of encouragement and offers of support from everyone - we are so overwhelmed and blessed by our circles of family and friends. Once things calm down a bit more (and once we finally get WiFi access at the hospital) we'll be able to respond personally to you. God bless you all.