My client is starting to crawl. She is still too small too carry a backpack. She also is set up with a Farrel bag for continuous venting during her continuous formula feed. She cannot yet tolerate bolus feedings, according to the last swallow sturdy.
How will her mom and I keep her safe, fed, and still allow her mobility? Right now we constantly watch her, untangle her tubing, and move her back to her pump and bag. I don't mind chasing her at all, but she is only going to get faster, and more ambitious. Any suggestions will be appreciated!