Just when we thought that our plate was full in life, God dished us up some dessert!


Saturday, November 13, 2010

And what do you have to say about THAT??


  1. ahhh, speechless actually!

    Holy smokes that boy has a mouth on him :)

  2. Ummm That he has HUGE tonsils??? ROFL If the dentist has trouble counting his teeth, just bring this picture, or another like it along! Problem solved! HA!

  3. He has "3+" tonsils....Ricky too. The doctor promised not to take them out at the same time. Will need to do it in the future...NEAR future?? Maybe??

  4. I'm slow in following up on follow-up comments. LOL Yeah, doing them both at the same time would be awful! BLECH! Bad idea for the parents. One or both of them might totally surprise you and do really well with the post-op stuff, but usually the first week is REALLY rough, and for Angela it was a good 3 weeks until I could say she was really back to herself. (she was also much older, and the older they are, the harder it is.) But, what you CAN do is schedule other things at the same time! Like a teeth cleaning from the dentist while they're out, or ear tubes if they need them, or an ABR if anyone needs it, or tear duct probes. We called these "going in for tune-ups". LOL How's their sleep? Are they restless? Angela flopped around like a fish due to the apnea caused by the large tonsils.

    So yeah, have fun with all of that stuff! Oh man, I forgot to put the ENT on Axel's list of people to see when we get home. LOL