In two senses, our sweet girl had "baby surgery" last week. She got tubes put in and her adenoids taken out after a few months of some rough ear and sinus issues. While I really feel torn about putting a baby under general anesthesia, I have no qualms about the outcome of the surgery.
Camille had a rough few days after the procedure, running a fever and generally a little under the weather, but since the weekend, she's been fantastic. I've written before about what a wonderful disposition Camille has. She's easy-going, loves to laugh, and moves seamlessly from one situation to another. So while the change in her has not been profound, it has been noticeable. She seems a little happier and A LOT more verbal. And that fact hasn't gone unnoticed by her sisters. Today in the car on the way home from school Charlotte said, "Mama! Tell Camille to stop singing with this song! Me not like her saying "La, la, blah, blah!'"
Our little girl is doing great, growing more curls (ah!), and going on her way stealing my heart more and more each day.