Life happens when you’re busy making other plans ~John Lennon
Little T is doing much better. The burn center said he had a third degree burn (ugh). They treated his wound and gave him pain medication and showed us how to change his bandage ourselves over the weekend. They said they see vacuum cleaner burns and treadmill burns all the time, who knew?
We’ve had a lot of things going on this week, so we called in for reinforcements-aka, the Grandma’s. My Mom came and stayed for the whole weekend. I love her. Nuff said.
What have we been doing besides taking care of poor Little T?
I’ve had to cook and take a whole lotta food photos for a project I’m working on. I’ll let you all know more when I can. 🙂
I also did another photo shoot:
And I had to make up songs about Little T’s new nickname, “Lobster Claw”:
And today, we have to take a trip to Disneyland. Okay, so we don’t have to, but we definitely want to. I’m foreseeing a day of riding The Little Mermaid ride so that Little T can rock out. Over and over and over again. I warned my friends this is what we’d most likely be doing if they invited us along. I hope they knew I was serious. 😉
So, all in all, things are looking up. Little T goes back to the burn center on Monday. Hopefully we have good news for our little baby boy.
Melody J Haislip said:
When my youngest sister was this age, she burnt the palms of both her hands on a very hot heating grill. My parents took her to the hospital to have her hands bandaged. They were given strict care instructions and told, in no uncertain terms, to keep her hands dry. My dad and mom then had to go to the store and left us with my grandmother in charge. While we were waving them off at the front door, my sister was off to the bathroom to play in the toilet, whose lid had been left up. Leaving Mama with the other two kids, I appealed to the doctor living next door, who took me and my soggy sibling Back to the hospital to have her hands rebandaged. I’ve Never let her forget this one!