Sunday, July 24, 2011

It's a Bumpy Ride with Kids!

This was posted on Facebook by my DIL describing their day yesterday!  I'm so glad I'm the grandma and not the mother.  I found out about all of this after the fact and once everything was calmed down and fine.  I would have been a basket case if I had to deal with this:


What a day! Things started wonderful. Got up and to the gym by 8:30. Ran 4 miles. Came home. Got the baby up so Austin could take her to the gym child watch.  Discovered that she had taken her diaper halfway off and was playing in her poop! Tubby time! Cleaning her with the shower on. She falls. Starts crying. I say "It's ok peanut. You just got scared"   Flip her over and start rinsing the soap off her. Feel the back of her head and there, lodged in her head is the metal hair strainer!  I thought maybe it was stuck in her hair. Nope, there's the blood!   ER here we come! I freaked out. Didn't know what to do, but knew enough not to pull it out myself!  She had to get a staple. She was such a big girl though. We had to put her on my lap to take her to the hospital and she laid on her belly smiling and waving to her daddy the whole time!   The nurses and docs at IRMC were absolutely amazing though! We were out of there in 20 min.   So, then, I think she figures "oh well, I already have a staple in my head... let's see about this walking thing" and she took her first steps! 

Then she freaking falls... and her head starts bleeding again!!! I am so happy she is in bed sleeping for the night! I need a padded room for this one!!!  It was definitely scary, but I have to say that I have the most amazing family. Austin basically flew us to the hospital and the boys got out the door an d into the car quicker than I could have imagined. My goodness I love my family. I truly am so blessed   As for me, I am loading the dishwasher and hitting the hay! 


My comment later in the evening:
What a day! The upside?! You're not bored and you know your family can work well together in a small crisis! Hope you have a calm Sunday! Love you all!!


Oh My!

6 comments:

Auntie said...

Oh my gracious!!!

And this is why, having and bringing up children, is for the young. Like you said, we'd have been a basket case.

Hooray for your DIL!

And thank you so much for answering my question... About BOLD or not bold font, in my blog. Which is easier for you, to read there? I never know what my blog looks like, on another person's computer. And I do like to try to keep it pleasing to the eye.

Gentle hugs...

Theresa said...

Oh Nina, that was scary! My Great-Niece had to take her little girl to the ER also! She throws a tantrum here and there and this one busted her head:( Staple for her too! I hope your little one is all better today!

Have a blessed day my friend, HUGS!

DJan said...

Oh my! At least it all turned out for the best, right? Is everyone back to some semblance of normal yet? :-)

bj said...

Hi, thanks for sending the email out with your new blog name.

Sounds like they had a heck of a day..but handled it well. :)

StitchinByTheLake said...

Funny, but not funny. Those of us with grandchildren are all praying that it doesn't happen to us. :) blessings, marlene

Marydon said...

So glad all turned out well, Nina.

Would you be so kind to (& tell your friends) comment on my BLOG ONLY (emails don’t count), for the Miracle Makeover fund drive. Charlie, 8 yr. old, & his story are fabulous. Every comment brings us a $1 for the next person that will be sponsored.

Have a beautiful weekend.
Hugs,
TTFN ~
Marydon
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