He's still have seizures - more of them now - and he's pretty limp. But he's still here. One of his doctors and his nurse came this afternoon and said that he's not in pain - judging from how he's reacting - and that if we think he's in distress than can come give him some morphine. We don't want to give him anything unecessaryily, so we'll just wait.
I was worried that he'd be dehydrating and starving to death since he no longer is swallowing or sucking. However his doctor and his nurses have explained to us that his not eating is his way of shutting down and showing us that he no longer needs it. His liver is feeding him energy (pretty cool the way they described it) so I can be sure he won't starve. That was my concern... I couldn't deal with that.
He's going gracefully, with the dignity he deserves.