James says that naps are for the weak. And he ain't weak. #resistthenaps #resistanceisfutile
Wednesdays are for floor time with the whole family.
Mondays are for baby snuggles and naps.
Maple bacon doughnuts. Mmmmmm. #brunch
I am finally getting back to working on TeachersPayTeachers projects. The only way I can work though is if I have one foot bouncing the bouncy chair so baby will sleep. #workingmomlife
We are going home from the hospital. We were very well taken care of at the hospital by every nurse and doctor. We are so happy to sleep in our own beds tonight and that our Little Man is feeling better.
There is a special kind of comraderie here on the pediatrics floor. All of the parents are exhausted and worried, and we all grip our coffee cups like it is the only thing keeping us going. We smile at each other in the elevator and swap quick anecdotes about our kiddos. The nurses in pediatrics are like walking angels from heaven. They do a rough job and stay positive the whole time. They take care of our most precious possession and constantly comfort us as parents. They do their best to keep all of us comfortable. They keep us sane. My Little Man is out of surgery and now it is just waiting before we can go back to see him. A little bit of time in recovery and then back to our room. With any luck, we can go home tomorrow afternoon.
My sweet, precious, perfect little boy has been admitted to the hospital. In the morning, he will have surgery for pyloric stenosis. Pyyloric stenosis is caused by the muscle from the stomach to the small intestine to be too thick and not allow food to pass through. The surgery is considered minor and recovery is quick. So please keep our little family in your thoughts and prayers. I know we are in good hands with the doctors and nurses. We are being well taken care of. But watching my little boy have to go through this is definitely the hardest thing I've ever done.