Tubes are in!
Logan got his tubes this morning and is doing well. They put them in at 7:15am this morning. When the doctor came in, before surgery, he said Logan would be his biggest challenge of the day. (due to his tiny ears) When Logan came back to me he was extremely upset, in fact, he cried hard for an hour straight. The nurses said he was crying more than most kids because the doctor had to really dig around to get the tubes in. He only stopped when he was back in his car seat to go home. (he fell asleep) When we got home I gave him his max dose of Motrin and he slept for a few hours, then he woke up in a much better mood. He now seems to be back to normal, but I fear what he will be like when the pain meds wears off.
I had a bit of a scare when we arrived at the hospital because when the nurses heard Logan's breathing and his cough, they thought that the doctor would not do the surgery. It turns out they didn't understand that Logan is always a noisy breather and he is not sick, even though he sounds like he is. Every time I see a new doctor or nurse they think right away that Logan has RSV. They get all worked up about it and then it always turns out that he doesn't. He just is the way he is and we have gotten used to it.