Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Poor Morgan

Last week Morgan fell off her stool right onto her face. You know that little "string" of lip that connects your top lip to your gums...well that was ripped apart when she fell. Poor thing. Good thing Aunt Heidi was there to comfort her! She did start looking like a Who when her top lip swelled up. But no worries, kids are resilient. She is completely normal this week, although she has a scab right by her eye from another fall. But such is the life of a kid....

10 comments:

melissa said...

This sounds mean but I have been waiting for Rachel to fall so her "string" would rip. Otherwise they have to have it cut when they get older. That probably doesn't help her pain much but at least you can avoid that trip to the dentist right?

angela said...

OUCH! That sounds painful! Poor girl. Good thing kids are so tough!

Sarah said...

That looks so painful! Poor little thing...

Tom and Dayna said...

Now, didn't Aiden do that as well? Oh the fun at your house! That is so sad! Poor Morgan!

Alyssa said...

Oh I feel so bad! Ben dropped Luke last summer on his face and the same thing happened to him! It is so sad!

Tavan said...

Oh man, ouch!! Poor thing. I don't check your blog for a week and I have so much catching up to do! You are the best blogger ever :)

I love those pics you got of your kids. You have some great shots! I love the candid one you got of your kids bribing them... perfect. The feet shot is priceless!

Also, Rockband rules!

Mindy said...

Oh, so sad! That happened to Aubrey when she was a baby and it wouldn't stop bleeding. They were going to cauterize it, but it finally stopped. She turned out okay. ;)

Maga said...

Good Aunt Heidi was there to hold her. Give her a squeeze and hug from us and hope she's better already!!! LOVE

Kim said...

OUCH! This one made me cringe! It also made me feel for my "string" to make sure it was ok and still there. Poor little Morgan.

Julie said...

She just saved you tons of money! I think my mom and dad paid several thousand dollars to remove mine! Your daughter will never have a problematic diastema!