We knew sooner or later we'd have an ER visit with Davy, and in true Davy fashion, she made it extra exciting for us. Scott, Ollie, Davy and I were in on an airplane on our way to Seattle to see friends and go to a Yo Gabba live show. About 30 minutes before we land I hear Scott whisper-scream, RUUUUTH! I look over and I see this
This is Davy's Mic-key Button. That little marble looking thing is supposed to be inside her. We have been told that this would happen. So I was kinda expecting it, just not on an airplane. Our lame-O ex GI Doctor was supposed to teach us how to put it back in, but she did not. We made one attempt to put it back in and she started screaming, so we stopped.
So you basically have like a half an hour to put the button back in or it starts to close up. And if it closes up, that means it will be surgically placed in. We still had to land, get our bags and rent a car, then find a hospital. SO we were pretty muched screwed. I cried for like 5 minutes, then I just stopped, laughed and thought....only us. I don't know why we didn't think to ask if there was a Doctor on board, I think we were in shock. I kinda regret that, cuz how cool would that have been to yell, is there a Doctor on board!
We went to a children's hospital and they helped us right away. The started off by putting a really small tube in her to keep it from closing and then kinda stretched it out a bit. 5 hours later and we were done. I was so proud of Ollie for being such a good boy, he didn't complain once. He had all the nurses wrapped around his finger, giving him treats.
We had only one day in Seattle for sight seeing and it was spent in the Hospital...booooriiiing.