|Trying to wake u after anethesia|
don’t worry about all that other stuff. So, we are flying high tonight, and will ride it for as far as it will carry us. Caleb and Hg have been good, and it was nice to have Hg here for when I had to be
with Eli in sedation recovery. Caleb can’t go back there, and sometimes it takes a while, like today. I thought we would never get him to open his eyes. And, twice today, I caught StJ with mistakes - which is unusual both in me paying attention enough to notice and in St. Jude seeming a little off its game. Eli has a programmable shunt. It is a little tube that runs from his brain through the skull, down to his torso that relieves fluid build-up on his brain. It is programmed, or set, to pull the least amount of fluid. When he has an MRI, the magnet changes the setting. So, we always have to have the NP put it back to the correct setting. They did not have the correct final setting, so I had to ask them to come back and fix it. So, glad it is not major brain surgery to keep that setting write. Thy just use a little magnet to turn it. But, we are so thankful to be coming home tomorrow. Please, remember to send letters in June to St. Jude. The details are on the blog side bar.