Our youngest Grandson and no April fools

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My youngest son had to take his youngest son who is three by the way to the hospital this morning. It was set up for the little man to have his tonsils removed today. They had been bothering him for a wail he was having trouble sleeping, and he would choke ferly easy so they took him to the doctor. The doc did not want to remove them unless he just had two but every time he would go the doctor they would say that his tonsils were just too big for his young throat. My son sent us this picture of little Noah before he went in to have them removed. He called us and everything went well and he is now setting up watching TV and eating popsicles. He is doing so good which is a lot better than his dad did, of course his dad was in his late teens when he had to have his removed. Poor Jeff was in so much pain and he could not seem to get his throat to stop bleeding and so he had to go back and have his throat cauterized to help it quit bleeding.

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35 thoughts on “Our youngest Grandson and no April fools

  1. So pleased the little bloke is doing well… Yes, it’s a particularly nasty op when you’re older. I was 13 and that was bad enough… my poor mum was in her 30’s and I do remember how badly she sufferred.
    Lots of *hugs* to him and enjoy the icecream and jelly, buddy! 🙂

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    • We talked with is dad and they said he is doing great, and there biggest problem is trying to keep him in the house for he wants to go outside and ride is scooter.

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      • Kids! You’ve got to love them!! My littlest had an op when she was 2 and then dipped her bandaged hand in a bowl of yoghurt – thus a trip to the doctors for antibiotics. During her second op they listened to me and put it in a cast!!

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    • Yes we have been keeping up with him while we were gone and he is doing great, but every time we talked with him he wanted to go to Mama and Papa house, so when we get home next week we are going to make cookies and have him and is five year old brother over.

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    • Thank you, we talked with his dad and Noah is doing a lot better. We are traveling home tomorrow so we will get to see the little man our self’s, we have not seen him in two weeks so we are ready.

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  2. He is adorable:) Hope the wee one is doing well and will soon be able to add crunchy things to his diet again. And thank you so very much for visiting my blog often. I appreciate it very much.

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    • You are welcome and thank you for your comment. We made it home from our trip last Monday and we were invited to go out to eat with our kids, Noah was eating chips and some hot sauce he seemed to be doing fine, he gave his mama and papa kisses and hugs.

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  3. Brave little cutie pie I bet he enjoyed his reward of ice cream.

    Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.
    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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    • Thanks also for reading my blog, and yes he is a cutie he was over last night and had some pop corn while watching Elf on a shelf his favorite Christmas show well any time show.

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