She nodded and humoured me, no doubt realising how unlikely that was. There was a very real risk that he'd aspirate - the food or liquid would go into his lungs, causing chest infections and pneumonia. I blamed myself for tempting fate that day. Re-passing the tube was a nightmare for all concerned. Every day he eats a small amount of yoghurt or blended fruit and he has a few spoonfuls of whatever the other children at school are having for dinner — all blended down to a smooth puree consistency. I hated the NG tube, but I think Hugh hated it more: he'd rip it out at any given opportunity and we ended up keeping socks on his hands at all times so he couldn't grab it. Now though, Hugh can eat for enjoyment.
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