1st time meeting Trey's cousin Vasha and her husband Matt
They brought C a Mickey Mouse hat...so cute!
Quick family pic
Memaw & Cannon
isn't a big fan of anything besides his milkies
HAPPY 1/2 BIRTHDAY SWEET BOY!!
The after bath
At Uncle Don & Aunt Teri's
He likes swimmin'
Happy 1st 4th of July
We had multiple appointments today in FW. We started with C's first urodynamics study. This is a urinary test that tells whats going on with his bladder, and voiding. It went pretty well, he actually tolerated it well. I was worried, thanks so much for the uplifted prayers, he did GREAT! From there we went for a renal ultrasound and then to see Dr. Pinto, the urologist. So basically we had a full day of bladder check up. It shows that everything is doing good. Cannon's bladder and kidneys look good. As we already know he has weak muscles, causing leaking of urine. His bladder doesn't get the trigger feeling that says it's full and tells his brain to pee. So after a certain point of pressure it starts leaking out. This is pretty much stuff we already knew. But we found out that the organs themselves are doing good. So we will continue to cath him 3x a day. And we don't have to go back to see him until next July, YEA!
These are some pictures between appointments.
This is my all done face! YEA!
So sweet in his own bed, he's such a good sleeper.
Tomorrow we are going for his follow up hearing test. And I go to the rheumatologist, hopefully I will get some answers to the questionable diagnosis of APA, antiphospholipid antibody syndrome. We have been waiting to find out since early in my pregnancy. Cannon goes to the neurologist (in FW) on the 23rd, this is just a baseline appointment, so it shouldn't be too bad. Please continue to keep us in your prayers as we get through this month of Dr. visits...it's a busy one.
Love you all!
Oh yeah, and Cannon got his braces a few weeks ago, they are so little and cute. And of course the are camo! He wears them several hours while awake during the day. And they are already starting to straighten his feet. And he doesn't mind them at all. He's doing really well.