Prozac 2.0 - Heart Surgery

Happy and hope it continues to go well for the young one!

Woohoo! Good news is best news!

Awesome news!

Great news! Good luck on a swift recovery for the little one.

congrats on the positive results, m8y.

Glad to hear the good things! I hope everything continues to go well! Good vibes your way!

The absolute best of a situation I wish you didn't have to go through- relieved all is well and recovery is started.

I'm glad to hear everything went well. He'll get bragging rights with the sweet scar when he is older

I am right there with you ScuryDog. Ours is 8.5 months now and the photo pulled at the heart strings as I imagining it was my little boy. Pro you and your wife have been troopers. Keep it up!

He's more machine now than man.

Glad everything went well.

Milestone day today. Young Dave is 3 months old today. It's our wedding anniversary and Mrs. Prozac's birthday. The little chap gave her the best present ever waking up alert and happy with the first smiles since the operation.

Smile count is positive! This has a salutary effect on prognosis going forward for Dave! Local kudos to Prozac and wife count is similarly up.

Happy wedding anniversary and birthday do Mrs. Prozac! And happy smiles for Dave! Glad to hear such good things going on.

Prozac wrote:

Milestone day today. Young Dave is 3 months old today. It's our wedding anniversary and Mrs. Prozac's birthday. The little chap gave her the best present ever waking up alert and happy with the first smiles since the operation.

Now I can't stop smiling either. Happy *insert variable* to all!

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Incredible news man.

m0nk3yboy wrote:

Now I can't stop smiling either.

Same here. Happy everything to all!

SillyRabbit wrote:

Same here. Happy everything to all!

Shalalm Baskur?

Man, the thought of operating on such a tiny baby would be terribly frightening. I wonder if the doctors are still bothered by this, or if it's just gotten routine to them?

Glad to hear it went so well!

LarryC wrote:
SillyRabbit wrote:

Same here. Happy everything to all!

Shalalm Baskur?

Shalalm Baskur!

I'm so glad to hear your family is doing well, Prozac. I hope he has a quick recovery!