Last night when we went up there, they had taken the jaundice light off her, so no more blindfold covering her face. It was awesome to see how much better her whole head looked, since we hadn't seen it uncovered since the first night. Still has the ventilator taped to her mouth, but can see most everything else. I tried to take a picture, but can't use the flash and it didn't come out too well in the dark. I'll post one as soon as I get a good one.
We went up again today with my Dad and sisters. No real changes...her oxygen is really good today, so she's back to breathing "room air" - meaning no extra O2. Her heart rate was down, and they should be weighing her tonight for the first time since birth. She will likely weigh less than she did at birth, which is normal. But now that they are feeding her 8 times a day, she'll start to gain it back pretty quickly.
It's amazing to sit there and watch her sleep. She moves around a lot, and it seems with very little effort. She's so small, and yet so strong. She clearly has the will power to keep fighting through everything and we couldn't be more proud.