With every day there are surprises. Today we realized that Davis is having some tummy aches caused by re-introducing breast milk into his sleeping tummy and bowels. He's been guzzling milk over the last two days like it's going out of style, probably because he was so thirsty. But now he's paying the price and has had a lot of gas and poopy diapers to show for it. But in true Davis style, he hasn't cried once, just whimpers a lot, which is super sad and pathetic sounding. The good news is that as we were leaving tonight, nurse Diane was soothing him with a warm blanket over his belly and belly rubs which seemed to quiet him and make him feel much better. We're hoping he can get some good sleep tonight so he feels better in the morning. He was really sleepy today and took lots of naps, so we'll see how that goes. Davis also got to nurse today for the first time, which he LOVED!!!! I think he would have nursed all day if we would have let him. After the traumatic experience of surgery, it's really comforting to be in mommy's arms and nursing. The highlight of the day was a wagon ride that nurse Erin took us on. Because Davis wasn't feeling great, he whimpered most of the time, but I still think he enjoyed the change of scenery. We also had a visit from a Mennonite choir who sang to Davis which was pretty exciting. They were very nice and sang beautifully. Tomorrow Kelly and I are taking a CPR class downtown, so we'll meet up with Davis after that. He's scheduled to have his catheter and one of his groin lines removed tomorrow morning and we're thinking that will make him feel much better. Sweet Dreams Davis.