Please pray that we'll be able to move forward with the wrist surgeries sometime this summer. It was supposed to be in May, and more delays are not welcome.
See how he's gazing at his father with unending devotion and gratitude? Actually, he's trying to say, "You took my money. I know it, you know it. Be prepared for payback, old man."
He loves to suck in his lips. I know some of you have expressed concern at seeing me hold him upside-down for extended periods of time, but he adores it, so get over it. The audiologists say the CT-scans reveal an underdeveloped vestibular system, which is responsible for balance and orientation, so their recommendation was to play a little bit more rough-and-tumble with him, to really give him a sense of movement. And since he can only throw up through his feeding tube, I really toss him around with gusto. (No shaking, ever. We are trained acrobats.)