Sunday, February 28, 2010

who needs the e.r.?

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Who needs the ER when you've got a post-call Daddy that can get ya fixed up in no time...

Screams from upstairs and blood is not my idea of a great way to start the day. I'm still not really sure what happened, but I'm guessing jumping from Point A to Point B was involved.

I wasn't exactly on board with doing the stitches here, but I followed Doctor's orders (ha!)... so glad I did. Kyle was great. Embry was such a trooper. And no traumatic visits to the hospital.

Now if we can just get this clumsy boy to be more careful!

13 tellin' me what I want to hear!:

LauraD said...

He's wearing those stiches well! Hope Daddy-O doesn't have to sew him up too many more times :)

Allison said...

I would definitely take that over having to go to the ER anyday! Sorry for poor Embry though!

Milk Maker said...

that kind of freaks me out...did kyle lay him on the dining room table for the procedure? nice to have a doctor around!

Nana said...

Nice work since I'm in bragging mode. I asked again if could do my spider veins now. :(

Jessi said...

Ack! Poor Embry!

And WOW, that surgeon husband of yours does GOOOOD work!!!

Randy and I have had our own non-hospital stitch-job experience, too.

Dion said...

Pretty, pretty sutures! Bet it's going to be a great scar story, someday.

Minnie said...

Way to go Embry Jack and Daddy and Mommie too! I would have had some really weak knees.. glad he didn't have to go to ER and be tied down while screaming like his Mom did when she was a baby :O)!

I am so glad he was such a trooper... Hayes would have given it quite a bit of thought before the procedure began I am sure ;o)

Robertson's said...

Poor thing!

Katie L said...

YIKES!

Cindi said...

Bless his "all boy" heart!
My DH (the non-surgeon) just likes the glue the kids back together...Kyle did good :)

Desiree said...

ROFL... finally, an advantage to being married to a surgery resident! LOL... Poor baby boy. We've all heard stories of my great uncle having his appendix removed on the family dining room table... eek.

Bea said...

oh Embry! Poor guy. Dad did good work, though. This is definitely going to be a good story when he's older.

Jane Anne said...

Good work for dad but, Yikes! Oh that looks so painful. I'm not sure I could handle it there at home. Then again, I am sure it was much, much better with Daddy taking care of things.

 
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