Happy Monday, y'all! I hope y'all had a great weekend!
We stared our weekend off SUPER early (we woke up at 4:00 am) to take Emma to the hospital for tubes and adenoids surgery. Our sweet friend, Mrs. Jenni, came over at 4:40 to be at our house with Hudson so that John and I could both go to the hospital with Emma. So thankful for sweet friends when we live far away from family. Before she got her sleepy juice she was full of energy and making every doctor and nurse laugh. Love my girl!
She kept talking about Dr. Black and that he was going to make her ears all better. Sweet girl.
Post "sleepy juice." She was singing "A is for apple, ah ah apple. B is for ball, ba ba ball. C is for cat, cah, cah, cat." Etc. But she was CRAZY groggy so it was so hilarious.
The sleepy juice had fully kicked in and they took her back. We did great...we knew God had it, it was very routine and she would only be in surgery for 20ish minutes. We went and got some coffee, talked for a few minutes and then heard she was out and did great.
Everything went perfect. Dr. Black said her ears had thick (like Elmer's glue) fluid behind them and her adenoids were huge and completely obstructing the back of her nose. He said her tonsils will probably have to come out in a few years. They're already so swollen but there's no reason to take them out now. She was fussy and sleepy but did great.
She fell asleep on me after we got home for about 20 minutes. Sweet sleeping toddler.
That evening she PUT AWAY some Mexican food. She had only had applesauce, yogurt, jello, and pudding all day so she was starving.
Saturday we loaded up our bikes and headed to the park. It was GORGEOUS.
I can't believe she's old enough to do this! Emma followed Hudson around the whole park doing what he did.
Such a fun afternoon!
Emma didn't sleep well Saturday night, which means I didn't sleep well so we stayed home from church yesterday. While I was painting my nails, she filed her's. :)
Happy Monday, friends! xo