Does it ever end?
Probably not right?
We have been very unlucky as of late I guess.
But here's the scoop.
Last night at about 1 in the morning I noticed through the baby monitor Finn was making weird noises.
I just thought he was waking up and needed his pacifier.
I went into his room and he was making this weird "gasping for air" type noise.
His chest was also making a strange movement that about had me up in a tizzy.
I called Noah into the room and we sat and analyzed the situation for a moment.
We had a hard time getting him to wake up which was also a cause for concern for us.
We then decided to call our ped's office and we talked to the ped on call and decided we should probably take him into the Emergency Room.
So we roll up to Primary Children's Medical Center at around 2 am and Finn was still zonked out and making the strange noises.
They sent us back to one of the rooms and the second we get in there he wakes up all bright eyed and bushy tailed and the gasping noises stop.
They tested his vitals, blood pressure etc. which all looked great and they decided to monitor him for a while.
So we all sat in that room for about an hour just waiting.
Noah and I don't do well in high stress situations which usually leads to arguing.
So he would say something obnoxious to lighten the mood, but I didn't want the mood to be lightened so I snap back with some kind of "just be quiet" kind of remark.
We are fun.
So anyway the doctors and nurses decided he was ok to leave.
They told us sometimes babies just make strange noises especially when they're in a deep sleep which would explain us not being able to wake him up easily.
So we got home around 4 in the morning, Finn got a little early morning snack and we all went to bed.
He woke up this morning kicking around with a big smile on his face.
I guess this was just one of those first time parent scares.
Talk about an exciting night huh?
We're headed back up to Primary Children's on Friday but that's another story for another day.