Thursday, January 22, 2009

Pretty Girl had her tubes put in this morning so we watched Bubba for Quigs. Having done the adenoid surgery with MT, there is no amount of money in the world that would have convinced me that taking a second child with you to wait at the hospital was anything short of cruel and unusual punishment! Besides, we like the Quigs family and were happy to help out because that is what friends do. Of course, the surgery was at stupid o'clock because she is so young (our doctor schedules surgery by age so the younger you are, the earlier your appointment) but I only had to get up a few minutes before I normally do, so it was no biggie. I hung out at the Quigs house waiting for Bubba to wake up, then I fed him mass quantities of waffles (seriously, that kid can pack away the waffles like no body's business!) and brought him home with me. MT was STOKED to see him and has been within touching distance all morning. Here is a picture that I got after she convinced him to sit and watch Scooby-Doo. :)

The kids have the best seat in the house for Scooby-Doo watching.

3 comments:

Quigs78 said...

I cannot thank you enough for coming over at such a ridiculous hour! But it was a huge help to not have to bring Bubba or to leave the husband at home with him and take PG to the hospital myself.

N and I were talking on the way to the hospital about how lucky we are to have such awesome friends!!

(And I'm totally stealing the picture for my blog.) :)

Looseyfur said...

LOL, I'm just happy that Bubba and MT remembered each other. We've missed seeing you guys around.

I'm guessing this means that PG is doing okay after surgery?

Laura said...

Hello! I am just enjoying the little connections. I had a friend in Rockford, starting in third grade or so. You apparently know her...Looseyfur. And I had a good friend in college and for the five years after, who lived across the street and helped me so much through the early parenting years, when she was single. You know Lisa too. Funny all the ways there are to connect now.