Does this break your heart? Because it sure breaks mine.
He is actually doing really well. He has been writhing in pain over stomach aches the last couple of days. I think it is because he has been so hungry! Now that the feeding tube is in, the stomach pain is gone! Yay! The nurse, Caitlin, who is FABULOUS, came in this afternoon and asked him how he was doing. It is the first time in DAYS that he responded "good". Oh, this makes me so happy! He really needed this tube! He will most likely have to have it in for atleast two weeks, which is when we will be in patient again for his next round of chemo. They will then reassess him and decide if he still needs it! I forgot to mention earlier that Gavs is TEN MONTHS old today! He is only in the 3rd percentile for weight (just like his sissy) and 50th percentile for height. He now has two teeth and is crawling around like crazy. He gets up on his tip toes and hands like he is trying to stand up or doing a push up. It is hilarious. He blows bubbles, on purpose, with his spit (gross) and just laughs. He is just the funniest guy ever and we are so happy that he is in our family.