Thursday, August 18, 2005

A little more information, and a few pictures...

Amy says: "The EMT in me wants to watch, but the Mommy in me doesn't! What to do?!?!?" I confined her to the waiting room.

"What? Me?!? I didn't touch the channel! I promise!" The epic saga of 'waiting room channel control' continues...

How many people in scrubs and hairnets does it take to perform heart surgery? Pretty much everybody in the picture. I wondered if it was a good idea to commence flash photography mid-procedure, but it all turned out okay.

I'm adding things a little at a time. If you'll notice on the right side of the screen, there's a section titled 'Links'. I'll continue to add links to relevant websites with more information(some may be not-so-relevant, but oh well). For those of you that aren't so 'web-savvy'--just click on the link and it will take you to the website. You can also click on the pictures on this site to see a larger version of them. There's a link to the University of Utah Newborn Intensive Care Unit website. I haven't spend a lot of time there yet, as I just found it, but the 'Frequently Asked Questions' are pretty interesting, and it looked like there's a whole lot more information there than you could read in a day(oh joy!).

There's also a link(PDA Information) to a short little article explaining the situation with thier hearts, which they just had surgery for last night. It's short, to the point, and has pretty pictures. By the way--the babies are still pretty doped up on pain medication, and we'll be going to see them in a little bit.

As I find more links with concise, relevant information(like Text Twist), I'll add them to the list. I'll let you know whenever I add one, and if anyone has any suggestions, please let me know. Any suggestions at all regarding the site are always welcome!



Amy AKA "the Mama" said...

I would just like to personally thank my sweet husband for posting such flattering pictures of me! Thanks Ry your the best!!
Love, Amy

Courtney said...

Who is that thug you were watching on TV?

Amy AKA "the Mama" said...

Oh, you know, while our kids were in Heart Surgery we were subjected to the quality programming that TV has to offer. You know, "So You Think You Can Dance". As Ryan would say: BOOOOORING