Throwing Caution to the Wind
heres to a sucessful surgery and the ability to have and ENJOY that ice cream and slurpy... I was three when I had my tonsils and adenoids removed so I just dont recall much... dad says it was not fun and was loads of dried blood but that was 38 years ago so hopefully the process is much better and easier.hugsssssssssssssss LAura
Prayers for the little one and you today! You may have to wait a few days for the fresh breath. I remember my nephew have yuck breath for a few days after surgery! Ahhh, to have to eat ice cream for a few days.....
Kids always see the good stuff!Hope all goes well!Love todays verse a day!
Oooohhhh, poor little guy. I will be praying for him for a correct procedure, a speedy recovery, and all the ice cream he can stand!!!Let me know if there is anything that I can do for you guys.Send me an email later on and let me know he is okay.Love you,Marlene
Poor baby...thinking of you ALL.
He'll be in my prayers.The Diva had her adenoids removed and they left the tonsils. Still didn't help much with the sinus problems she has either and now we have a reoccurring sore throat. But her ear infections has dramatically decreased.(knocking on wood)Keep us posted.
Well, I hope if you find his apendix gone, you have a good lawyer! Good luck, hard when they go through surgery
My doctor gave me a cool medical slide for my microscope of a cross section of my adenoids when I had mine out at that age. I still have it.Praying for the little man. Hang in there Caution, enjoy your wee one the next few days, lots of cuddles.
praying everything goes well!!!!
Good Luck! Hopefully he'll be back to school soon. Ha!
It will go fine. Cancel the lawyer.
Praying all went smoothly today. Does he still have his tonsils? I recall having tonsils and adenoids removed together when I was a kid, due to recurring ear problems, etc. Hopefully, this will clear all that up for your son.
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