Thank you everyone. I will let you know withe on the 8th the day he has it done or else the 9th. it is a 3 1/2 hour trip home and I want to make sure we aren't pushing it with him traveling. last time he went under he was vomiting for the rest of the day into the night.
no as far as we know he will be coming home, unless something goes wrong, which I don't anticipate. they said the procedure is about 1-2 hours and he is scheduled to be the first case, unless of course there is an emergency (let hope no one has an emergency that would be horrible for the little one) when he had his open heart surgery he was suppose to be the first one but they flew a 5 year old in who needed to go to the Or for something, so it pushed Chris back 3 hours, which I totally understand, the little boy made it through the surgery.
Thank you again and I will post just as soon as I can
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