Friday, May 12, 2006

A Good Day

The nurses extubated Logan this morning, and he is doing well so far. My wife and I each got to hold him several times for extended periods, which he seemed to like quite a bit. He also got his first taste of a pacifier, which he also liked. His crying is either silent or very hoarse right now, but he's working on it.


Blogger The Gnat's Trumpet said...

This was a very nice post to read.


I thought of you when I read this article about a New York Yankees pitcher and heart problems faced by his newborn daughter.

Newborn daughter safe at home after heart procedure.

I'm not sure how closely Proctor's daughter's heart problem is related to that of Logan, but I thought you might be interested.

10:46 AM  
Anonymous Liz M said...

Lein -- I found my way to your new blog this morning (ah, Mother's Day). After having sent your lovely wife an email filled with ridiculous cliches earlier this week (and feeling moderately ridiculous having done so), I thought I'd see if there was any posted information on your blog. Glad to see you're posting about it. I'm thinking about you guys...

8:57 AM  
Blogger cmh said...

I just checked back on IS wondering if there had been any postings after the abrupt drop off. Clearly I missed the fictional persona aspect of the blog but enjoyed the hautiness. I think I will frequent here besides the truth is way more interesting, not always in the immediate, but in the long run. I'm really sorry about the complications with your son I hope you can turn this blog into a sanity helper as well as an income.

7:25 PM  
Blogger Insane Sister-In-Law said...

that's wonderful news.

12:18 PM  

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