What now? Essentially, we wait and see what happens. We'll probably have a follow up with the GI specialist soon, Dr. Rustad isn't the expert so he didn't have anything concrete for us in terms of what to expect, when to expect results, what we should be watching for, etc. These injections should relax Connor's sphincter muscles and allow him to pass larger amounts of stool easier, so that combined with really pushing toilet time and training, we'll hopefully make this 'click' for Connor.
In his sweet hospital pj's. He hated the socks and were not on for very long.
Needing his Grayson fix prior to the surgery
Bryan gearing up to go with Connor to get the anesthesia. I volunteered Bryan for this, assuming that I would be a wreck in there. Bryan came back and patted me on the back saying, "you wouldn't have handled that well." Probably very true.
The many faces of Grayson.
Connor's IV, just like mommy's from a few days ago :)
Waiting to be discharged, spoiled with a cookie, juice box, popsicle, stickers, etc.
Hopefully this was our last visit to Children's Hospital for a long, long time (preferably forever).