"All surgeries have inherent risks," the doctor said carefully. "And it depends on what it looks like once we get in there, but if the surgery is a success, then he should be fine. Until then, we have to hope the swelling will go down. He may need to have a hole drilled to relieve some of the pressure."
Emma glanced at her grandchild and then she thanked the doctor and sent him away. "Jamie, you have to be exhausted," Emma said softly. "There's nothing more you can do here. If they're keeping him under, he won't wake up on his own and I can stay with him as long as they'll let me since I work here. Do you want to go stay with someone?"
"I offered to stay with him so he could be at home," Lena spoke up. And Emma would have hugged her if the situation weren't so dire.
"There you go. Why don't you go home, lovey? Get some sleep?"