Here's a close-up of his port accessed
He was pulling at his lines a bit, maybe trying to figure out how they got back on him! I often wonder if he remembers having his central line. It seems like so long ago now, but really it's only been about 4 months!
Nobody should get used to seeing their child hooked up like this! This "small" amount of wires and things doesn't even phase me now! It's pretty standard to have on until he wakes up, except the oxygen. He had heart monitors, blood pressure cuff, blood oxygen sensor, and oxygen.
Once we left I went and picked up my new stroller, which I found on Craigslist. It was in New Market, MN, in a southern suburb of the cities. A friend in Chicago recommended it. I've been casually looking to see what I want for a while now. So far I'm really liking it! My side by side had almost no storage and it wasn't turning well at all. This one has a ton of storage, Tyler's carseat snaps into it and Dawson isn't able to shove Tyler all the time this way. It turns well and has bigger wheels, so I'm not killing my back trying to push it across grass.
My view of baby :)
Here's how the boys roll at the grocery store
Here's what I bring into the store! Diaper bag, snack container, 2nd diaper bag with towels and outfits for if/when Tyler pukes, shopping cart cover for when Tyler panics and wants to sit up my me.
Dawson with his 3 sippies. He couldn't decide what he wanted, he wanted them all! Milk, juice and water.