All of our kids have worked some temporary part time jobs

All of our kids have worked some temporary part time jobs that did not seem to have many drawbacks and did help them.

Our DD is a very popular babysitter (when she is not busy with social things) and she worked at a fireworks stand this summer.

DS #1 worked for a friend who is a custom cabinet maker.

DS #3 worked for a friend who has a number of rent houses and he cleaned up after renters moved out, yardwork and painting, etc:

All of those situations had a lot of benefits about learning to work, flexible hours and limited paychecks.

But the situation that was bad was DS #2 started working at Burger King a few months after he turned 16. He was gone way too much and he earned too much money for a kid and got used to having lots of pocket money. He is a great young man but if I could change the past, I would not of allowed him to get that kind of job.

I’ve general and local many times in my life

I’ve general and local many times in my life – my biggest suggestion is to make sure he is drinking plenty of fluids. This should have been part of your going home instructions. The anethesia needs to be flushed out of his system and many times men forget to drink 8 glasses a day (even hard for women too).

The actual pain from the incision and the procedure itself could also be tiring him out. Think about pain from a throbbing headache but place it in your hand – not the easy thing to deal with especially the pain relievers can make you lethargic.

I think it’s a combination of factors here – If the incision does not appear to be healing properly before his next visit for after care – please contact the doctor because staff infection should not be ignored.