Yesterday Audrey went to the lab to get her second PKU prick. Can I just say for the record how sweet this girl is. I was fully prepared for the screaming, but it didn't happen. Little Audrey Mae sat quietly through the entire process. Lucky me.
Audrey and I also took a visit to the urologists office and discovered that I was not going to pass this blasted stone so I will be having it "scoped" out next Wednesday. Yeah, you heard right. Wednesday. One more week of pain. Thank goodness for Hydrocodone. I'm feeling a bit anxious for this procedure. I have never been to the hospital for anything other than delivering my babies. I have also never been "put under". This teeny, tiny, stone has been a HUGE inconvenience and I can't wait to rid myself of it forever. I have heard from many people that passing a kidney stone is comparable to child birth. They're wrong. Passing a kidney stone is 10X worse than child birth. I should know, I have experienced both at the same time.
Here's to happy babies and painkillers.