Well, we experienced a little bump in the road this week. We were planning on leaving Sunday to head back to SC for good, but I had a little emergency surgery late Monday night that will prevent us from leaving. I went to the emergency room Monday at 5:45 pm because I was having severe pain in my pelvic area. Actually, I was trying to weather the storm all day, but it just got too bad. I called the on-call OB at my doctor's office and she said, that I had two options. I could bleed to death tonight or I could go to the ER. I thought the latter of the options was the better option. I had previously taken a pregnancy test that came out positive, but we found out shortly thereafter that something wasn't right. I thought that I was just miscarrying, but when I got to the ER, we found out that it was an ectopic pregnancy, where the baby grows in the fallopian tube. By midnight, I was in surgery to have that tube removed. So now I am down a fallopian tube. No big deal. I can still get pregnant, but it just may take a while. It has me thinking of how thankful I am that I have a perfectly, healthy boy already. Of course, my hope is that I can have another baby one day, but if not, I have this gregarious little boy, that is full of life and brings me (and everyone else) so much joy.
Now, I am just recovering at home. I am unable to do much. I can't pick up Harrison, which breaks my heart. However, he doesn't really want to be picked up at all. He is all over the place and into everything right now. I am not even sure that he has noticed that I am immobile. Thankfully, Adam's mom is here to take care of him.