If someone had told me this was what a g-button could look like, I would definitely have reconsidered.
Poor baby did develop granulation tissue. Apparently this isn't too common, but I sure do seem to read a lot about it. Of course...uncommon, or rare, are words synonymous with Kendall. Fortunately, it isn't really infected. The green stuff oozing out isn't puss, its mucus. (gag)
They silver nitrated it today and it does look a lot better. The red irritation is pretty annoying though. Throughout the day it looks like a really blistered diaper rash. Again, poor baby.
So, why am I posting this picture? Because, in my twisted, unique brain, I find great comfort in knowing other people have been there. So if you don't think its that bad, let me know. If you think it is, don't. If your child's button looked worse, but now looks better, please share.
But whatever you do, don't ever, ever, ever Google granulation tissue. (or tape worms...but that's a long story)