The Christmas decorations are down! Thank goodness. I felt as though that chore was a huge load on my shoulders. Now I just need to find homes for some more of the toys the boys received. We had a good weekend as well. Bryce called home a few times from Florida and it sounds as though he is having a great time. He landed tonight at 9 and David went to go pick him up from the airport. We had a nice weekend with the other 2 boys. We went out to eat twice, which was really nice. Cole behaves much better at restaurants when Bryce is not around. Bryce just eggs Cole on and the two of them end up feeding off of each other. Granted, he behaved like a 2 year old... under the table a few times... but at least no running around or screaming.
I got a message from the GI office on Friday afternoon that I didn't listen to until Saturday. Apparently, Trey's upper GI series is scheduled for Wednesday at Johns Hopkins. I know it's not a huge procedure and it will go fine but I'm a bit nervous about going back to the hospital again. I'm not exactly sure what is going to go on - I know he will have to drink a bunch of solution and then they will x-ray it going through his digestive system. I'm not sure if he will be lightly sedated, twilighted or completely put out. Although, tonight was not a great feeding day so I'm eager to get this over with. He would scream at the top of his lungs after 2 ounces of formula
Tomorrow we have a pediatrician appointment for his Synagis injection. This is an injection to prevent Trey from getting RSV. RSV is a virus that can cause runny noses and cold type symptoms in older children and adults but can be deathly for infants. Wednesday we have the GI procedure, Thursday we have Speech Therapy and then Friday is his first Physical Therapy session. It's going to be a busy week!