Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Back to Normal

A couple of months ago, my 9-year-old daughter broke and displaced both bones just above her left wrist. I'd advise against your children trying it.


Poor thing tried not to freak out at the sound and vibration of the saw cutting through her cast. And my daughter tried to stay calm, too. ba-da-bump



Dinner last night: spaghetti, salad



7 comments:

Quadmama said...

She must be soooo excited to have her arm "free" again. Glad she's mended and ready for more action!

The Shultzs said...

Awwww, she looks so brave. Glad things mended well.

Michele said...

My gosh, that was a long recovery :-(

Bet she's happy to be free at last!!!

twinmama said...

Man, she looks brave lying there! Glad that all is healed and she is finally letting her wrist breathe!

Thanks for stopping by!

Helene said...

She looks so calm in that picture!! It must be such a relief for her to finally have full use of her arm again!

glitzen said...

she is sooo cute. And tough! Hope they were able to pick you up off the floor, apply the usual smelling salts, etc. Parenting aint for wimps, huh? (I am one though)

Machine cutting said...

She is really cute but I think she is very brave also. Wish her best of luck!