His chest is closed! I put a picture below of how he looks, again it may be a little disturbing but he is doing great and is as calm as can be. To close his chest they actually use wire to pull it together, they will stay in there for the rest of his life. He has actually been awake quite a bit looking at us, he is such a stud. He has been holding our fingers watching the Florida game with us (he has 3 sisters, I need to get him liking sports early!) Amanda and I slept at home and woke up at 5 to get ready. On our way down Amanda called down and the nurse said that there was fresh blood in his drain tubes and he wasn't sure why...needless to say it made for a long ride down. When we got here the surgeon's had made their rounds and said that the blood was from his IV line that was going to his heart. It had moved a little but they weren't concerned at all, what a sigh of relief. They started at 8 am like they said and were done by 9. The surgeon said everything looks good, all the bleeding from the 1st surgery was stopped when he took off all the bandaging and gauze. He is still on a good bit of blood pressure medication, but they are titrating him off of it today. Looking good!