Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Thanks Doc!

So, Monday was the big day! Bright and early Monday morning G and I headed down to the hospital so I could have my umbilical hernia repaired. I think I had the best anesthisologist ever! He told me I was going to start feeling a little sleepy, but probably wouldn't be completely out until we got to the OR....HA! That was the last thing I remember before I was waking up. I was glad to hear from the nurse, that while coming out of the anesthesia, I was super polite...she said every other word out of my mouth was THANK YOU!! LOL!!!

Recovery from this surgery is no fun! It's actually more difficult than recovery from a c-section! It hurts like heck...thank goodness for Vicodin!! I have been super sore and super sleepy for the last few days, which is why I haven't blogged.

Anyway, it sucks that I can't lift anything.....nothing for at least a few more days. My heart hurts when I hear my littlest one crying and I can't pick her up to comfort her. Actually, it just hurts knowing I can't just pick her up period. I miss playing around with little J too. He is just too rowdy these days for me to risk it.

Thank goodness my sister-in-law is here to help. My kiddos are loving her so much!! I couldn't ask for anyone better to take such loving care of my little ones. So, for at least a few more days I'll have to watch from the sidelines as someone else cares for my kiddos. Off to take some more Vicodin and get some sleep!


sylvia said...

oh laurie, been thinking of you. hope your recovery is a speedy one...hope to see you soon!!!

cheerful cropper said...

hope you are back to normal real soon. take care :)

mesogoofy2 said...

I'm glad to hear everything went well with your surgery and hope you are feeling better real soon!!!!

Take Care!

Suzy West said...

Hey there chickie!!! I'm so glad things are getting better every day for you!!! I have some fun stuff waiting for you when you get better. LOL

Mrs. L said...

Glad to hear the surgery went well and you are on the road to recovery...and being able to pick up your cutie kids again!