He told me "Running is fun. Walking is boring." I have also heard him say "I am a little boy, and boys need to be crazy." I agree, he is a boy, and boys should be crazy- just not days after brain surgery.
Leaving the hospital we were given some restrictions and guidelines. No straws, no swimming, no diving (sky diving or pool diving), no sneezing and no picking his nose. All of these restrictions are in place for a month. Jackson has been great, and so far the hardest restriction to follow is the "no straws" one. Luckily he's not a nose picker.
It's a Monday. We're back at home and pretty much everything feels like normal. Changing sheets, making beds, eating breakfast, watching cartoons. How is it that everything can feel so normal already?