I woke up to this. Kaleb apparently wanted to just "wake up ready" for his baseball game. What a hilarious little tyke!
Dance, soccer and baseball are finally done. I went to Kali's end of year program. Kali had a great Kindergarten experience. She absolutely LOVED Mrs. Tipton, and adored her teacher's assistant Miss Allen.
Then A track got out. I was ready for an AWESOME break from everything. Including my husband. Took him to the airport and was missing him from the moment he got out of the car. He went to Indonesia for the National Guard. To distract me, I did my craft of the month. Isn't it super cute?
Bought the kids a couple fun prizes. One of which was this doll stroller for Kaisey. Ummm..not really meant for you to ride in sweetheart.
So then it was a fun filled day at Primary Children's with Kaleb. First we went to visit the Surgeon who will be performing his Inguinal Right Hernia surgery. This is a (and I quote) "fairly common and easy surgery". If it's so "fairly common" why have I not heard of it before? Then we headed off to get Kaleb sedated for his MRI. He has been having way too many severe headaches. We already checked his eyes and they were fine. So the nurses prep him and start with his IV. I warned them that the last time they had a hard time getting it in. No different this time. It took them 3 tries. On the third try, once they finally got it in....it began to spurt blood all over the place. Kaleb was trying to be calm, but I could tell that he was a little concerned about loosing so much blood.
I got a call from the doctor this morning, and he said that the MRI looked good. "It's not a tuma." However, he does have a sinus infection that has settled in his head which is what is most likely causing the headaches. (How long has that bad boy been in there?) The doctor said that they would have never known that without the MRI. He will be on antibiotics for an extended amount of time and let's hope this will clear him up and take away those headaches.
Yipee...we get to go back up to Primary's in a couple weeks to finish up with Kaleb. I feel so grateful to have health insurance this time around.
Having Trent gone, I can handle. Going to Primary's for 6 hours this week, I can handle. Having water softener leak on carpet 3 times, I can handle. Having the employee who was supposed to fix my softener call in sick, I can handle. So why is it the centipede I had to kill in the basement that put me over the edge? I'm so ready for this day to be over. Where's my break?
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