Thursday, May 3, 2012

SURGERY DAY

Stevie and I took Brady in EARLY this morning for a couple minor surgeries that he needed.  Good to have them done now rather than later.  He was a good sport, smiling and laughing at all the nurses.  I was glad he didn't have a clue what was coming.  Of course (as always)  Dartmouth took great care of him and he came out of surgery with no complications.  He was a little fussy and disoriented but otherwise good.











 On a really happy note, it was GREAT having him recognized as Brady instead of his birth name.  All the records were changed and the nurses and doctors were so happy for us.

8 comments:

shirlgirl said...

Sorry the little guy had to have surgery, but he looks great! Love the blue hat on his head, his cute feet, Stevie's funny face,and all the smiles! Hope he recovers quickly, and I can just imagine how wonderful it is to have his name officially Brady!

Junior said...

so glad things went smoothly. Praying he recovers quickly.

Jo Jo said...

That hat photo is classic! Here's to better eating and speaking!

The Kings said...

Oh I didnt even realise that he had a different birth name! I want to know what it is! On the other hand, who has been bashing the poor kid!? ;) He has a nasty looking bruise between his eyes.

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