Monday, November 16, 2009

Sad Pictures

Since I have had several inquiries into how the sleep study went, I thought I would post some pictures.

I took pictures so I could show Trevor and Jordan. They usually ask what is going on when I am always taking Josh to the hospital. So I took pictures to show them. Jordan said it didn't look fun. Josh would agree. LOL!

This first picture is in our room before he was hooked up to anything.


This is just the EEG so far... he was mad and hadn't even got the rest of the monitors on. Poor kid!




Now he has everything on. He was the most ticked off about the nasal cannula to monitor his breathing.




And now he is peacefully sleeping. He did very well.


I am so glad this is done and over with. I won't get the results from his Doctor for a couple weeks. It went well and I hope they get what they need. I'll post when I know more.

7 comments:

Tanya said...

ohhhh poor baby! Did you cry too?
I have to say, I love his eyes in picture #4. Jordan is right. Doesn't look fun for anyone.

Lori said...

oh those ARE sad pictures. poor josh. hopefully they get the results they need so you don't have to do this again!

Deb and Spence said...

So sad! Poor guy I wish he was older so you could at least explain to him. Hopefully you get some good info from it though.

Chantel and Brian said...

Those are sad pictures! His little teary eyes...I'm glad it's over and that you hopefully won't have to do it again. good luck with the new feeding routine.

Desiree and Lars said...

Oh, man...what a trooper. He is seriously going to grow up to be such a patient, loving person because of all he has gone through. Lars did a sleep study a few years back. He isn't a good sleeper either. But that might come in handy when the baby arrives. :)

Amy said...

Josh is such a good kid. At least if he is stuck with the health problems he does, he has a good personality. I am glad thatit is over and hopefully you can get some helpful information from it.

Brittany said...

Hope you get everything you need to know