Here is Nathan after surgery - resting and sedated. It's SO hard to see him like this - I don't handle it very well :-(
Uncle Larry,Aunt Kim, Darrin, and Jeremy came to visit. It helps to pass time to have people to visit - it's easier to turn my brain off.
They are thinking they may be able to take the breathing tube out tomorrow. After this photo was taken with me by Nathan, he tried to talk, opened his eyes to look at me, and had a tear roll down his cheek - oh man - this IS TOUGH!!
They have a screen in the surgery waiting room to track your patient. Nathan is #850 and we were in the waiting room just as it directed!! We talked with the surgeon and he couldn't even begin to tell us how many surgeries this could take.
Every time I see someone walk into his room I just want to scream - "That's my boy - please take good care of him." Sometimes they are so casual - and they have to be - I get that - but it's hard sometimes not to see constant urgency - after all - I am his mom!
"You will keep in perfect peace, him, whose mind is steadfast on you" Isaiah 26:3 (I think)