He has a follow up appointment with the Nephrologist in a couple of weeks to do another renal ultrasound to check on his kidneys. As long as the blood pressure is under control (we are getting it checked at the pediatricians office every week) and he has plenty of wet diapers there is no concern about the kidneys. He has been spitting up a lot more again, but it does not seem to bother him (it just means a lot of laundry for me). I felt such a sense of relief when we left the hospital on Friday. It was exactly what I needed to hear and I have been able to relax just a tiny little bit. He looks and acts like a normal baby and IS a normal baby now, but it is still difficult for me to put everything behind me. Every time he cries I worry about his heart and blood pressure. I know that crying is a good thing, but it still stresses me out right now. Things will continue to get easier.
Jenny took the below pictures and I am loving them. Evan did not stay asleep very long and then he was not very happy. Jenny got some great shots in a very short period of time. My friend Rebekah made the "miracle onesie" and it is just precious. These pictures tell a perfect story. Thank you Jenny and Rebekah.
Such a blessing
This is one of my favorites
My two perfect little miracles
Love this one
Family of four
Hannahs teacher sent me a picture of her kissing a boy. We asked her about it and she just said "That's what we do. We do it all the time." When we asked her who kissed who she said "Ty kisses me and I kiss Ty". Oh boy, we are in trouble. Scott had a little talk with her.