We get there, wait...someone calls us back, takes his pulse, etc., then we wait some more. Then a very kind, classy lady saw us next. Made me wish I had actually showered and had makeup on. Anyway. She determined that my baby should have a CT. So, back to the waiting room some more. I heard Fisher's name again and a man comes out and says, "Are you it??" He said that we may need more people to hold Fisher down to do the CT. Thankfully, Fisher did wonderful and the guy went on saying how Fisher was the best patient and had made his day and now he could go home. He was getting off...We waited a little more, then the classy nurse came back and told us it would be a few more minutes and would we like to come sit back on the bed where she saw us earlier. I politely declined, but did ask if the CT came back unfavorably what would happen. She said in that case, they would rush him to the Children's hospital. I said I didn't think it would be bad and she agreed because his eyes looked fine and other things. She didn't really explain or give me any idea about his vomiting, though. So finally, we got the results and they were negative. PRAISE THE LORD!!!
We came back home. Cory told me he called up our good friend, Jeremy and had him pray. Then Jeremy's wife, Megan, called up some of the couples in our old Bible study group and had them praying. I was so glad we had so many people on our side praying for our little boy. God has truly blessed us with so many wonderful, Christian friends. I told Cory how well Fisher did in the CT and Cory said that he was praying that God would send Angels to be in there with him or Jesus Himself and that all would go well. I believe He was in there, because Fisher didn't cry or move while it was going on. We have to monitor Fisher tonight and see how he does thru tomorrow. I am prayfully hopeful that he will be okay. God is good!! Bye, bye swing...we'll miss you.