|The face of our Angel|
It was time for the back-to-school haircuts and B's had this 'bald' spot at the front of his head where the PICU team shaved it in June to put a line in (although it never got put there after all). It just made some sense (before I knew about the 'torture' it would cause him) to have it all the same length again and start over.
|One of life's tortures, it was horrible|
but we all survived
|Tears shed by all but we survived..|
B is now spending more and more time upright and spends time sorting (and by that I mean throwing) his toys in his bins. I love watching him problem solve through things, it is so very awesome to see. See the amazing video HERE (not too sure how/why it is sideways though!)
My Mom is still here and I can't remember what life is like without help again...I don't want to think about life after she leaves again. It is SO nice to have someone that I can just hand B over to so I can do something!
We are doing another Oxsymmetry test overnight tonight (if B ever falls asleep) and this might just be our last one (for now), fingers crossed. We've been oxygen-free for two full months now (aside from the surgery hiccup) and I can't even tell you how freeing it is! I still have friends tell me that they get concerned when they see him without it though!
I still have to get a video of his 'river dance' and he's now answering me when I ask him "what does a cat say?" (might not sound like a typical 'meow' to you but he's still responding!). Our boy is growing like a weed and getting so much stronger as each day passes and we have so very much to be thankful for!
From Our Home To Yours...