Tomorrow (Tuesday) they plan to remove her catheter and see how things go. If her bowels and bladder are working, they'll likely let her come home. I thought they'd have to use restraints to keep her there this long but it turns out that the adjustable bed is actually pretty comfortable, and the hospital serves some decent tapioca pudding so JaNae hasn't minded being there. She is still having a hard time with pain control but hopefully it will be better tomorrow.
We went for a walk around the floor with the kids and JaNae was not overly amused with the kids walking behind her and yelling "mush! mush!". Badonkadonk must have gone home because we haven't seen her around... We did discover that there are framed prints on walls in the hallway and that many of them have a tiny Waldo (from Where's Waldo) taped on them. The younger kids had a great time running around finding those.
On the way home, Wes ran into the parking garage as a low rider Honda Civic with a large tailpipe drove by. There was a gangster looking guy driving and as he passed, Wes gave him the "stink eye" and then used the hand signal pointing at his eyes and then at the other guy to indicate "I've got my eyes on you." The gangsta guy didn't seem to be intimidated but did take a long double take at our 5 year old as he drove slowly by. Kids!