Friday, March 13, 2009


Well, yesterday was a terrible day for us. It all started when I decided to go shopping for a smokin' dress for Jake's wedding. We had gone to lunch at Mc Donald's with some friends, and then we drove over to Fred Meyer. It was getting to be nap time, but I figured the boys would survive a few minutes of shopping. I was way wrong.
I found some cute dresses and was trying them on in the dressing room, and Seth kinda lost it. He was mad at me because I said I wasn't going to buy him the Batman that he was holding onto. He started to open the package, so I picked my dress and left Batman in the dressing room so we could just buy our stuff and leave. As I was pulling out of the dressing room Seth leaned over the cart reaching for Batman and fell out right onto his face. I couldn't reach him in time because the cart was in the way. I could hear his face smashing into the floor, but I just couldn't get to him fast enough. It was so Awful! I hurried and picked him up and ran him to the nearest desk. He was bleeding from his mouth and nose, and just screaming. Luke was also crying, and I was just bawling.
Brad and I ended up taking him into our pediatrition, and he said he should be fine. He also said he'll look worse than he feels, and I sure hope so because his face looks so sore. He says he has a scary eye now. He's doing fine today, he's acting like himself, and wants to me to play with him and his new Batman. He hasn't thrown up yet, so I'm hoping he didn't get a concusion. He has been playing with his new Batman nonstop (I ended up buying it because I felt so stinkin bad). It was such a horrible day, but I'm just glad he's OK. He ended up with a huge bonk on his forehead, a black eye so puffy he can bearly open it, a sore nose, bloodied teeth, and a little bonk on his chin. What a trooper!

Here is another picture of our little bashed up boy. :(
Here are a few other pics I took of the boys being handsom before church.
Here's Seth being Spiderman, and Luke getting in the fridge (one of his favorite things.)