When your daughters start the first 5 weeks of their lives in the hospital being fed through tubes, you’re going to assume that maybe they’ve used up their quota of hospital/doctor visits. To think that would be wrong. Plus, they spent 9 weeks in the hospital with their mommy on bed rest before they even […]Read More Whoa Doctor
It’s hard to believe, but last weekend was our first trip to the pool all summer for the girls. With the never-ending rain from the spring, our regular pools (Mammaw’s and Aunt Selma’s) were slow to open because they couldn’t get them cleared up. Plus, the rain makes a day at the pool kind of […]Read More Everybody in the Pool!
H-when I’m gonna get my cast off? Me-a few weeks E-I don’t like your arm broken. H-it’s not broken…it’s healing. Me-Wow…that’s deep. You can never underestimate the optimism of child. They’ve yet to experience many of the things in life that tend to make most of us guarded, jaded or less than optimistic. Even though […]Read More The glass is half full.
Yes, I realize that most of my posts lately have been about Hudson’s injury. No I’m not obsessed with it, but I couldn’t help but think it was noteworthy that she’s not alone in her summertime misfortune. I’ve been wondering lately, “why do kids always seem to break their arm at the beginning of summer?” […]Read More Taking ‘Summer Break’ a little too seriously.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: My daughters are amazing patients. Now it’s not something I’m pumped that they have to display as often as they have, but watching them handle doctors, PA’s, nurses and anyone else in the office makes me so proud. Hudson went in to get her cast the […]Read More Pretty Pink Cast