how sweet does he look wrapped in that little hospital blanket getting his echo. watching baby einstein and eating his sucker. this is the hardest age to make them lay there. he doesn’t care about tv and the last thing he wants to do is lay on his back while a lady rubs jelly on his chest, but he did it and he did awesome. she was quick which anyone who’s baby has had an echo knows is the greatest thing ever. we’ve had some slow ones and its not fun. i brought a lot of treats to keep him happy. he discovered lollipops the week before and they were a life saver during his visit. the visits can drag on weight, height, waiting, vitals, ekg, waiting, echo, more waiting then finally the doctor. we made our way through 3 suckers and by the end we were both so sticky. his doctor came in and said let me start off by saying i love appointments where everything is amazing. he’s great, his asd is almost completely closed and his confluence where the veins are attached is growing. he couldn’t be better! I’m thrilled, his doctors thrilled and jacks thrilled that we don’t have to go back for a whole year. a whole year!! i can’t believe we already get to space his appointments out a year. best news ever!