Saturday, August 13, 2011

Little "dude" and his surgery

 Phoenix Children's hospital is the BEST place to take your child if sick or needs surgery. Friday this is where we were bright and early, we drove out of the driveway as the Sun was coming up. This was Miss C's first sunrise and she was thrilled to see this. She asked so many questions, I told her we would make a planet system soon and I could explain how the sun goes to bed and wakes up, she is so inquisitive to everything!!!
 Little guy was hungry, but other then that, he had no idea why he was UP so early.
 he was so playful and cute.
 he did not seem to mind a pink/purple gown at all, he just had fun playing and flirting with the nurses.

 Mommy and Daddy was most sad about handing their baby over to strangers. He had to have an IV and an Epidural, but all of this was done luckily after he was put under anesthesia.
 So sleepy and still numb, he was so good, slept most of the way home.
He was a little spoiled with toys. His Grammy got him Eeyore and we got him Tigger. Miss C wanted Dumbo!!Mr. L is doing very well, the hardest part is keeping him still, he wants to crawl everywhere now, so we pretty much just hold him. It will take about a week to heal.
THANK YOU for all your Prayers, my blogger buddies are just the Best!!

13 comments:

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Missed you yesterday. Glad the surgery went well.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh Jamie, I am so happy he is doing well. It is always so scary when they are so little. Hugs, Marty

just call me jo said...

I'm so thankful that everything went well. There is nothing harder than seeing little ones in a hospital. It just breaks my heart. You are all in my prayers. Those grand babies are just wonderful blessings.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Jamie Sweetie...
Sorry to hear that sweet Liam had to go through any surgery at such an early age. He will be in my prayers.

Ms C is growing up so fast. She looks so big next to your Little Dude. She looks just like her Momma.

I enjoyed seeing your trip to Sedona. You always have so much fun with those folks. How wonderful to get to do this each year through Chuck's company. I think it is wonderful they do this.

Please stop by and leave a comment. Each comment accumulated between August 12-18th counts as a $1.00 towards the next Miracle Makeover, for another cancer patient. You must read Charlie's story, it will make your mind cry but your heart so warm and happy.

XOXO Sherry

Corie said...

Oh I LOVE that face. All the nurses raved over his cuteness. I have to agree he is the cutest boy around. So thankful he has done so well with all of this. He is a trooper!!!

Deanna said...

He's such a sweet looking little guy!
Thinking of you all and praying.

God blessings,
d

JENNIFER, said...

Hi Jamie! I'm so happy to hear little dude is doing fine :o) I just caught up on all the posts I missed...you have been a busy bee! have a wonderful weekend! hugs, Jennifer

nancygrayce said...

So, so glad and thankful that the surgery went well! I know you are all relieved to have that behind you!!

Julie said...

I'm so glad everything went well. Brings back a lot of memories of Ryleigh's surgery when she was 10 months old. No matter how minor or routine, it's never easy. And knowing what goes on behind those doors makes it even harder in many ways. What did Mr. L have done?

Just A Mom (Call me JAM for short) said...

Work has kept me from blog hopping and visiting some of my favorite bloggers! I was sorry to see that your little dude had to have surgery. I'm so hoping and praying that everything went well.

Loved seeing your pictures of Sedona. One of my absolute, hands down favorite places. I've only been there once, but Jim and I had such a good time in that beautiful place. We would love to go back sometime.

Amy Arnaz said...

Hi Jamie~
So glad the little fella is recovering. It must have been awful for your daughter to "hand him over" to the doctors. Thanks for the very cute photos.
xoxo Amy

Amish Stories said...

Thought id say hello and greetings from Lebanon,Pa Amish community. Richard from Amish Stories.

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Oh so happy to hear that all went well. Many answered prayers, for sure!!! : )
Blessings,
Mary Lou