A few days after Christmas was Timmy's big surgery. His airway was critical enough that they booked his surgery for the first available slot in the OR after Christmas, and his surgeon gave up a day of his vacation to come in and do the surgery. (We will be forever grateful.) We were
Christmas has also been wonderful. Looking back to where we were a year ago, we're so lucky that Timmy is doing so well and is, in many respects, a perfectly normal one-year old who loves making messes, getting into things he shouldn't, and refusing to take naps.
Timmy had lots of fun at church on Christmas morning. (I'm afraid some people may not have been paying attention to his grandpa...)
Timmy was dealing with the beginnings of a cold on Christmas Day, and the next day he was pretty sick. We were about five minutes from heading in to the ER when things turned around, and we have officially weathered a cold with no hospital stay! (Thankfully this seems to be a virus with few respiratory symptoms.)
It's amazing how far he's come in just a year. We can't wait to see what sort of mischief he's getting into next Christmas. Merry Christmas everyone!
(And Mortimer's New Year's resolution is to keep up with the blog, so hopefully you'll be hearing from him soon.)