Ryan is doing as good as can be expected. He is settled in his bed in the PICU and is stable. Although very out of it, he is awake at times and knows we are here with him. The doctor said the corpus callosum is supposed to be paper thin and cut easily with a knife. Ryan’s, however, was thick and rubbery and the doctor has to use scissors to cut through it because it was so damaged from seizures. When he had his lobectomy 14 months ago, he said the same thing about his right frontal lobe. Obviously there has been a lot of damage throughout his little brain, and while this surgery won’t get rid of his seizures, hopefully it will do what we are hoping for and reduce the severity and number he experiences. What a little trooper we have! This has been a very emotional day for us and it’s so hard to watch our baby go through this. At times I feel guilty for putting him through all of it, but long term we know it was the right decision. Like we’ve both said a hundred times, it’s all about quality of life at this point. Please pray he sleeps tonight and is comfortable. Tomorrow when I am rested I’ll work on getting some pictures loaded. Thank you for all the sweet messages throughout the day; they mean more than anyone realizes.