We were only in the office about 10 minutes before they got Mason in his "gown" and Blake in his scrubs and hair/shoe covers. Sorry, I didn't have the camera!!! He took Mason back, while Braden and I played a round of Go Fish in the waiting area. It was less than 10 minutes and Blake came back out. They put Mason under with a little gas, and in less than 30 minutes he was waking up. I remembered from Braden that he wouldn't be in a very good mood when he woke up. We heard him cry a few minutes before they came to get us. I went back to be with him, but even I couldn't bring much comfort. The nurse said they're just in a "funk" from being hungry and feeling funny from the anesthesia, etc. He finally fell asleep about the time the little guy next to us woke up with his own set of tears.
Having some grapes when we got home. You can see the cotton ball in his ear with a little blood on it.
Dr. Baker said his right ear looked great, but his left ear was infected, so we'll keep an eye out for drainage, but the tubes should take care of it in the future! We have to get him used to wearing ear plugs, that should be interesting!
He has a little bit of blood in one ear, enough to fascinate Braden, but so far seems to be fine. He doesn't have much on his tummy, some apple juice and grapes, but I think after a nap and a good lunch he'll be perfect. We hope!