have left the building.
Keller had his giant streppy pus and stone infested tonsils removed yesterday. And, once they got those suckers out of the way, they discovered that his adenoids were blocking about 50% of whatever it is that they shouldn’t be blocking (airway? throat? whatever), so they took those out too.
So far, it’s been really really really (knock on wood) really smooth sailing. As in, “you’d have no idea the kid had just had surgery” kind of smooth sailing.
I’ve heard days 3 and 4 are where it gets ugly. Tomorrow is day 3. I’m bracing myself.
So, who else has been through this? (There have got to be a lot of you!)
Any tips or secrets?
Were days 3 and 4 the worst?
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