And now comes an onslaught of pictures. The weather and "backdrop" was perfect, so I couldn't resist. There were so many great pictures of these two kiddies, that I had a hard time choosing which ones to post. So I posted a bit more than a few :o) I didn't think you would mind.
Fun on the swing!! Well, he did have fun. Maybe this picture doesn't convince you.
He actually would rather just stare at all the goings on around him.
Here are Lincoln's pictures, numbered 1 - 6:
Hard to choose, eh, when you have such beautiful subjects. And I can say that as it's not like I am bragging about our own genetics here :o))
We now are preparing for tomorrow. Keziah will be knocked out again in order for the doctors to remove the drain and the gauze to see if the skin grafts "took". We are trying not to be concerned but to us it doesn't look right. We are worried that the skin has started to grow over the gauze. But who are we? Not doctors, that's for sure!! And so we leave it with the LORD, that if it is His will, the healing may continue to go well.
At this appointment we will also talk of "what's next" in this removal journey, specifically, what's in her eyebrow and around her eye. Oh, and Keziah is looking forward to asking Dr. Zuker her question: where did you put my freckle? She has asked me this a few times. I did suggest that maybe he gave it to a cheetah that needed more spots, but I told her we would ask the doctor. I personally don't want to know where it is right now, so for now we'll just leave it "on the cheetah". :o)