The fact that Mog's stridor was back last night meant that we could distinguish between central and obstructive apnoeas without even looking. The energetic amongst you could make this into a game - can you reach the monitor from the start of the silence before the monitor starts to alarm, or will it beep before you get there? The tireder among you can simply enjoy the stridor-free silence as a calm before the alarm storm.
The fact that Mog did not demonstrate any of her bigger impressive episodes on either night of her sleep study means she doesn't do them every night. I'm still not quite sure why that doesn't feel more positive - it's very odd feeling annoyed with your child for not stopping breathing.
I went out last night, and came back to find my sitter had had her first non-breathing-patient experience since she left nursing five years ago. It's an equally odd feeling feeling pleased your child did stop breathing - at least when someone else could see it.
I'm struggling to find something positive about the other five last night though. Seems a bit over the top to me...