Jake is moving his whole body today. They took him off the Propofol sedative so that’s why he’s waking up. The nurse is cutting back on his morphine as well. He doesn’t seem to be feeling any pain. He doesn’t have any coordination yet but he’s starting to have brain stimulation to his muscles for the first time in weeks. That’s why we think he’s moving sporadically like he is. He’s jerking around a lot and likes to reach for his junk. The nurse says this is the first thing boys do. It’s kind of like when you’re a kid and start to realize you have a penis and want to grab it. He’s squirming around a lot and almost wiggling his way out of the bed. Allie is trying to keep him from falling out.The nurse says his movement is good and there are no signs of anything bad. To expand a little on that, there is good movement and bad movement. If they start to curl their arms under it’s a bad sign and could mean brain damage. Jake isn’t making those movements. It’s all good vibes here at the hospital. Oh and he also cleared a few of his frat brothers out today with some gas. Too bad he couldn’t do that little smirk he does when it happened.