Seraph had a great time. She was all smiles right up to the point they inserted the tube. They wrapped her legs together this time so she couldn't kick so much - she looked like a pale, screaming mermaid!
Soon after the NJ was in, she was all smiles again.
I have to say, though, it was creepy being at the hospital during RSV season. We sat by a family for 20 minutes before it came up in conversation that they thought their youngest had RSV. She told me all about how upset she was that she'd caught it at the hospital the week before. Her baby was in only baby w/out RSV in the icu last week. ...and now she's sick and very full of snot.
It was all I could do to not jump up and run out of the waiting room screaming. Instead I bluntly pointed out that she'd better not give it to me. She assured me that we weren't close enough in the room to catch it. .....huh...isn't it airborne? I'll have to think of a polite yet clever exit strategy for next time. Honestly, I didn't think we'd be any safer standing in the hallway by the people wearing masks....