It might not seem like I do because most of the time I wait until everyone is asleep. Then I use the darkness of the night to hide my tears. Like a baby I cry myself to sleep and I silently wish the tears will wash all of this fear away.
I research and I read and I blog until my eyes bleed. My poor eyes. I can't learn enough... can't know enough. I keep on searching for a different/better answer when I know I have already found it.
My husband and I must decide which surgery our son (8weeks) will have to correct his sagittal synostosis. We are sceptic of the endoscopic because he will wear a helmet for 10 months. However, we are nervous that the open technique will leave him with a horrible scar. We live in Denver, so he will receive amazing care at Children's Hospital Colorado. The surgeons we've met with are wonderful and have assured us that regardless of which surgery we select, our son will do great. We need your feedback.