5 days!!!??tie him to a chair!!
No Way! This is photoshopped! Poor Boy... or poor Mom? Anyway, I love the art on the plaster!
Nooooo! The artwork is gorgeous. I guess creativity and pain go together?
Oh my gosh!!! I can't believe it, a finger and an arm?! My sympathies to both of you and hoping that everything heals as quickly as possible.
I can't believe it!! Really? Craziness.
Wow! Well let's hope that's the last broken bone EVER!
I'd say that he is pretty immobilized now with two injuries -- but, alas, having taught 2nd graders for most of my very long career, I know that probably isn't so. Good luck trying to keep an eye on him!!!!
Oh no, I hope what people say about things happening in threes really isn't true! Sounds like he's a normal, active child. My daughter broke her arm in a horseback riding accident and the next day I found her trying to jump rope in the living room, sling and all. Now she's 22!
Oh my goodness..... he is having a time of it at the moment.... great to see the decorating has started!!Hugz
What a run of bad luck. :( Hopefully he's seen the end of it for a while.xoxo
Oh the poor thing! My younger brother did a similar thing in his early teens - broke one arm during school sports and then about a week later he fell over (goofing around from memory ...!), of course his natural instinct was to protect the broken arm so he put out the other to break his fall and broke that arm too.Loving the artwork and that you took the time to sit there and do it for him, very cool :)
I hope he is okay. The artwork is cool.
Oh my goodness, Michele! Wrap him in bubble wrap... You must have some in your stash, right ;)
Oh dear! Hope he gets better soon. Love the artwork !
again???? Poor little thing...and you,too!!!Love the artwork!!!!xxxx Alessandra
Oh No! Poor boy. :(
Sweet Lord!Send you my warmest wishes to quick healing Michele!
Oh, no! I'm so sorry to hear it. I love the artwork you created for his cast. Take care. Sending him get well soon wishes.
oh so sorry ! watch out , we have an expression who said never 2 without 3 !take care !
Ughhhh!! That's really crappy...and just as the summer is about to start too. He's just too fast and has so much energy. I guess all you can do is make the best of it. And i see you've done that with the nice art work. Hugs to both of you!!
I can't believe that! So sorry for him and for you! This must be the end of this bad period! Hopefully both of you know how to spend your time: I like the artwork!A big hug
I do not believe this happened. Poor, poor boy - and right at the start of summer. At the very least, whether or not he knows it, he is in the very best care and I am sure your creative mind will find ways to help him forget the things he can not do.This was not what I had in mind when i sent wished for him to heal and be splint free in record time. Just breaks my heart.
Perhaps he's just getting it all out of the way at once! Great art.Swift mending wishes.
Hopefully the weight of the cast will slow him down! Hugs!
i've been on vacation for weeks & just now catching up.sounds like you've had your hands full!thank goodness kids are quick to heal.maybe you should just go ahead & cast his other arm & legs as a preventative measure : )
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