Jumping on the bed.
The picture pretty much says it all.
Last night, the three of us were sitting on our bed, Natalie was saying her final night, night to daddy, while we were putting her pj's on. Since John and I got our new bed back in January, it has been a bit of a playground for Natalie. Although it's very high, it didn't take her long to figure how how to climb up. She likes to horse play with Daddy and just generally run and jump around. She wasn't even being all that rowdy last night, but she was standing up and took a leap/fall right into the footboard. When John picked her up, I don't remember exactly what it was he said, but something along the lines of "oh no". And just by his tone I knew something was more serious than a bump on the head. Within 5 minutes we had stopped the bleeding for the most part, dressed our selves (we were already in our pj's too) and headed to the E.R.
4 Hours and 6 stitches later, we were on our way home. Although it scared both of us terribly, I am quite amazed at how calm, collected and rational we both were when it happened, to handle the bleeding and get on our way. I'm very blessed to have a husband with a calm, cool, and collected temperament. And of course it helped that he's a nurse. If it had of been just me, I think the panic would have been much more likely to come.
Today she's back to her normal self and all is well. The picture was taken this afternoon on our way home from running errands all day.
On another note, head on over to Dixie Pieces! Ms. Natalie is featured on their home page! They are also sponsoring the latest One Little Word challenge, so if you'd like a shot at winning that kit that's also on the home page, head over to One Little Word and then get to scrappin'!
Hope everyone one has a safe and fun weekend!