Our bags are packed, our room is clean & now we just hurry up and wait until it's time to go home. Our flight isn't until 7 so I'll post a few of our adventures from the past couple days...
Josie had an appointment with the clinic yesterday. We ended up leaving with the drain in & were to come back this morning to possibly have it removed. In our spare time Josie chose to go back to FAO Swartz, this time our moods were much lighter. We discovered life-size characters made of Legos that we'd missed last week (Josie is posing next to the big man himself above). It was such a beautiful day out yesterday (68 degrees), so we walked extra slow back from the toy store.
Our friend from home was in the city for his job, so we arranged to meet up Sunday. His friendly, familiar face was just what we (I) needed and I know I talked so much that he really didn't get too many words in edge-wise. He absolutely spoiled us by taking us to see the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall. His visit was hands down the high-light of this trip.
We went to the clinic early this morning and again left with the drain still in. They said her forehead looks "perfect", her incision looks great, her drain amounts are going down, but Dr. Waner said he'd like to be cautious & leave it in for a few more days. We are a-okay with his decision. We found a soft head band yesterday that protects her incision & drain tube, it is much cooler than the winter hat she has been choosing to wear.