ENT) doctor on Friday. We got home from the ER at 6:00 a.m. I took a shower and went to work. Yeah...you read that right, I went to work. Michael had already taken off and I had two IEP meetings that day...so he stayed home and I went to work. Besides I would be taking Thursday and Friday off for doctors appointments. (Side Note: Michael and I were suppose to go to Dollywood on Friday. Due to our sudden change of plans, Michael took Kyle instead!) I was a wreck all day. Every time I talked about the experience I cried. I could not wait to get home and hold my baby.Well, because there was so much blood pouring out of his ear, the doctor STILL could not see his ear drum. Therefore she wanted to rule out every other infection to make sure his fever was because of an ear infection. In order to rule out every other infection they had to…well…TORTURE my baby. First they had to catheterize him. Yeah, that was fun. Then they had to draw blood, so they started an IV so they could also give him some antibiotics. By the time the night was over he screamed every time the doctor or a nurse opened the door. We had to stay at the ER until the bleeding slowed and his bag of antibiotics was empty. They gave us some antibiotic ear drops and then sent us home with instructions to see the pediatrician on Thursday morning and an Ear, Nose, and Throat (
This is the picture Michael sent me at school to let me know that Miles was feeling better. I have never been so happy to see him smile.