It's hard to believe where you were just a week ago: back on the Endotracheal tube with worse respiratory stats than ever before. As of this morning, a little less than a week after being extubated, you are almost at atmospheric levels of oxygen. The "assisted breathes" given to you went down by 1/4th in one day.
As weeks and weeks went by with you still stuck on the endotracheal tube, I was resigned to the fact that you'd be on supplemental oxygen by 36 weeks and, thus, be diagnosed with chronic lung disease. But now? You have four full weeks to improve. Suddenly, it feels like we have all the time in the world. You may not have chronic lung disease, afterall.