Other than a few hiccups, Quinn spent most of the weekend very calm as compared to last week. Maybe it had something to do with all the pretty ladies holding him and giving him undivided attention all day long.
Sounds like a great weekend for any guy. Quinn was that a good time or what?
He smiles during his sleep, and what a difference it makes from seeing a furrowed brow over the past few weeks. My patience with keeping the camera at the ready is paying off. The doctors have yet to decide when to put a pacemaker in, or what size device they will use. They are still hoping and waiting for the swelling in his repaired intestinal area to go down. Last week we were told the surgical team was aiming for a Monday operation, but they haven't committed to it yet. Meanwhile Quinn is still very hungry and cries like any other hungry baby. He still only gets IV nutrients and has to contend with having a constant empty belly. That's why I was surprised to see him so well mannered over the weekend.
I expect that the next few days will be pretty quiet since all we are doing is waiting to see how Quinn progresses. I don't anticipate any big news other than his healing status. Steph and I finally got away this weekend to go up the street a few blocks and catch a movie. Do not see Apocalypto if you are a new parent. The film is not advertised for the content that is most disturbing. It showed graphic violence towards infants. I can't believe our luck in picking a movie. It kind of put the damper on my date with Steph. Oh well. She and I have kind of gotten good at getting over things quickly. We came back to see our kid sleeping peacefully with his grandparents watching him. I'm sure he had a better time than we did.