Hello sweet friends! I've talked to some of you over emails, but I know many are still waiting to hear how surgery went. I'm happy to report, all went exactly as it was supposed to. And the best part...recovery is already off to a great start. My precious mama is here, doing all those little things I shouldn't be/can't be doing. That Percocet stuff is nasty, makes you nausious and loopy and tired, so I only took three doses that first day and have been just fine on ibuprofen ever since. I'm able to walk around just fine and do minor activities, but tire more quickly for sure. By about 1:00pm, I'm ready for a nap and bedtime seems to come a little earlier than usual, but for the most part I've been pleasantly surprised. I've definitely got some swelling and soreness, so ice packs have been a must, but I really was expecting to feel much worse. And Travis, what a man! He has become mister mom in every sense of the word without complaint. He follows me into Sawyer's room for that night time nursing to do all the lifting and situating, then curls up on the floor right next to us to wait until we're done so he can put Sawyer back to bed. Diaper changes, discipline, dressing, cooking, you name it, he's doing it all. I must say it has made my love for him deepen all the more! A dozen roses pales in comparison to this kind of love! I guess the hardest part has been not being able to pick up Sawyer. We can tell he misses his Mama dancing him around like usual, being the last face he sees at bed and naptime, but thankfully he thinks the world of his Daddy too. Tomorrow will be tough when Trav heads back to work, but my mom is geared up for the tears Sawyer will give her, we'll get through this. Thank you all so much for your prayers and support during this time! I can't say it enough, we are so blessed with your love! I will keep you posted on my recovery.