Off to Birmingham tomorrow for harrys next EUA on Monday. This will be his 15th general anesthetic. He's becoming a bit of a pro. The team have to ask the same questions cos they have to but we laugh cos they can usually say the answer before I do. It still doesnt get any easier cradling your baby as he is forced to sleep, shushing his protests and holding him still. Its not fair, a mother shouldnt have to do that. But when its helping to save his eyes and life you just have to get on with it.
Harry's nanna is coming this time. Will have an evening of me trying to beat her at scrabble, but she is a jedi master, taught by the supreme master (my nanna) so its not an easy task. I have probably won a handful of games in my lifetime of playing her. I hope Madeleine will want to learn, I have to beat someone lol.
Well I am quietly confident we will have another good visit, Kyle and Owen did, so harry can, I am determined. I still have a little reservation inside incase its not, then I wont be too disappointed. His left eye seems to spend most of its time pointing at his nose. I can see peoples thoughts as they see him, look at that bog eyed baby, if only they knew what was causing it.
Will let you know how he gets on. Hope we dont see too many solitary magpies (read rachels blog)