Weedsport baby with a rare skin disease could be out of the hospital on Wednesday

According to a Facebook post on the page dedicated to Baby Easton Friedel, the 3-month-old is doing better and could return home soon.

"â?¥ Great news â?¥ I talked to Danielle and they are drawing blood right now to check Eastons electrolytes to make sure he is still doing well, but looks like he will be discharged tomorrow and going back HOME â?¥ THANK YOU for all of the prayers and support, you are all too kind to our family," Cousin Amy wrote in the post.

Baby Easton was rushed to the hospital Sunday night after he stopped breathing.

As of 3 a.m. Monday morning, he back to his normal self and in stable condition, according to a post from his father, Jared Friedel.

Easton suffers from a rare skin disease called Epidermolysis Bullosa, which causes painful blisters.

A fundraiser will be held on Wednesday evening to help offset the family's medical costs. It's at the Palace Theatre in Eastwood from 6 to 10 p.m.