Just got out of a rough 2 days (emotionally rough) spent at the ER and in pediatric unit for our 18mo. After some XRays, numerous breathing treatments, one steroid shot, one antibiotic shot... they concluded that it was not pneumonia (which is what they told us at first), but an asthma attack.
So after a night of monitoring, and most of the day, they sent her back home since they said she sounded better. We have a special treatment to give her and they said she'll be fine.
The thing is that they sent her while she was still breathing faster than usual, and she still is, which is worrying us.
I know I tend to think about the worse things that can happen, but am I being completely irrational to think about sleeping in her bedroom so that I can hear her and be there if something happens? (with my husband we even thought about co-sleeping with her, but she might not sleep well this way).
Any advice? Reassuring words?