One thing I was concerned about was Fisher's mood-not being able to eat after midnight is never a good thing for an 8 month old! On top of that, he was woken up early and his surgeon ran a little late. He didn't end up going back to the OR until around 8. He did SO good! He was happy and smiley, but never upset. Thank you God!
|so sweet and stylish!|
|playing on the bed|
|playing with Dad|
|pointing out his room|
|one surgery site marked!|
Dr. Giel finished surgery around 1100. She said everything went great and gave us our post op instructions and incision care. Then, FINALLY, we got to see Fishy again!
|his little bed|
|snuggling with one very sleepy little boy|
|he's so sweet|
|his IV-they had to stick him twice to get one, but thank goodness he was gassed by that point and didn't feel it!|
|IV is out, but he still has his bandage on-it has cars on it!|
|this is what 2 mg of morphine and 1/2 teaspoon of lortab looks like!|
Right now he is sleeping. He has been a little bit more fussy, but very easily soothed and rocked back to sleep. We're continuing to pray for a relatively pain free recovery and that our little boy is back to his normal self quickly. Thank you so much for praying with us and supporting us through this! I know it's a relatively minor procedure, but any surgery is major when it's your baby. We'd be happy to never have to do it again!