Son #2 is in surgery.
We are back to waiting. and waiting. and waiting.
Being the laid-back child that he is... Aaron spent his time in pre-op playing Sudoku and chatting it up with his nurses and doctors. He was as chill as could be although he did make sure I whispered some prayers in his ear, and he enjoyed having me share his stretcher with him for a bit.
Son #1 usually pops awake right away after surgery.
Not so much this time.
Little boy slept and slept and slept.
Each time he woke up from his deep slumber he would growl and fuss and pull on his IV and try to get out of bed.
Valium to the rescue!!!
At 2:30 am he finally woke up.
Yeah. 2:30 am.
Bright and chipper and ready to start his day!
Not so much.
Surgically - his feet are now flat. One without any surgery at all... the other required the knick of his tendon and manipulation of the bones. His left knee is sporting a titanium plate with the ultimate goal of getting his knee straight. His right knee is now bent at a 60% angle for the first time in his life. Wow!!
We are 50% through the hardest part.
Praying for Aaron in surgery.
Grateful for John's results!