Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Primera Sutura / First Suture

El día comenzó "normal". Primero las niñas se levantaron a las 5 a tomar leche luego regresaron a dormir. Alrededor de las 10 volvieron a levantarse y ya estamos hablando de las cosas que harían durante el día. Al rato ellas estaban jugando enano y gigante y de repente Paola va corriendo a jugar en la cocina y Sofia también quiso experimentar. Luego, el famoso llanto que uno sabe es por que ocurrió algo y efectivamente, allí estaba Sofia con la barbilla en sangre. De más está decir que finalizamos en la oficina del pediatra y ella con su primera sutura. Gracias a Dios no fue nada más grave por que el golpe fue contra la puerta de uno de los gabinetes de la cocina.

Annie

The day started "normal". First the girls woke up at 5 am to drink milk then they returned to sleep. Around 10 am they woke up again and were planning the things that we would do during the day. For a while they were playing dwarf and giant and suddenly Paola goes running to play at the kitchen and Sofia went after her. Then, the famous crying that one knows is because something occurred and of course there was Sofia with blood on her chin. Needless to say we end up visiting the pediatrician and she had her first suture. Thanks to God it was nothing serious because the blow was against the door of one of the kitchen cabinets.

Annie


11 comments:

Jeremi said...

Those screams always take my breath away! Glad to hear it wasn't too bad, but still -- poor thing! Looks like she handled the stitches well.

Saw your blog comment, I still wonder a bit about my girls' weight (it was such a big concern their first year or so), but our pediatrician feels very comfortable with both of their gains -- Ella has maintained the just under 10th percentile growth rate and Zoe just under the 5th percentile. They're not big girls but they're growing and are healthy : ) But I have to say, they are both very skinny! : )

Jamie said...

Oww, Oww, Oww...that looks painful!! I know kids get bumped and brused, but when they have to use a needle and thread...it is never good. I am sorry this happend, but I pray for a quick and painless recovery!

Missy (Two Little Monkeys) said...

Oh no! We had an incident yesterday & it was iffy whether stitches were needed and then my mom confirmed no stitches are necessary.
Our silly girls and their boo-boos. : )

The Smiths said...

ouch! Glad it wasn't worse.

I hate those screams, also...so glad that I don't hear them often.

I busted my chin open, too, when I was little. My mom butterflied it up.

Mighty M said...

Glad she is okay!

Tammy said...

Ouch! Em had her first stitches at age 3 when she grabbed the mini blinds while standing on the couch...very scary!

Steph said...

Oh my goodness Annie! Poor girl and poor you! Oh I dread those screams! It looks like all is well since she is smiling in the pic. Glad too that it was not serious.

NewsPhotoGirl said...

Aw, she's a trooper. I'm glad it wasn't too serious. Poor girl.

*LLUVIA* said...

ay ay ay!! That looks painful! I think I'll have a heart attack the first time Emma has something with blood.

Deanna said...

Aw, poor thing! She looks very proud of herself in that last picture though...I guess for being a big girl while getting stitched up!

Jill said...

Ouch! Glad it was nothing too serious. Hopefully it is her first and last stich. She looks pretty happy afterwards.