Thursday, January 19, 2012

today

today we went from this

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to this

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to this

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(see all of Eli’s meds on the counter there?) Smile

So we are officially out of the cast and into a splint that she can wear during the day but take off at night.  She will wear this for 3 weeks, and will still need to refrain from doing much active play to keep it safe. 

We kept the cast and boy does it stink! 

In other news we have had yet ANOTHER snow day today….I’m getting stir crazy, although I was driving today and the roads are manageable in a 4WD.  Hannah and I were supposed to leave tomorrow and take a train down to visit my new niece Charlotte…but we decided to wait a couple more weeks. 

Here are a few more pictures from our morning.  The man who took Hannah’s cast off asked her if her mom always takes so many pictures.  Why, YES she does!  Especially if it’s something as important as getting a cast off!Smile

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29 comments:

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Yeah Hannah!!! Be careful out there the ice is crazy. We're on snowday #4, I'm sadly thinking #5 is coming right around the bend ... UGH

Kaci said...

YAH! I remember getting my cast off my arm when I was a kid, terrifying! But look at her smile! =)

Peace Love Applesauce- Terri said...

Progress... yay!!

hotpants™ said...

I strongly dislike it when people think I'm weird for taking pictures. Um, hello... MEMORIES!

WhisperingWriter said...

Yay, glad the cast is off!

Brian Miller said...

woo hoo def progress...how cool how they bust it open...did it smell? haha

Annie said...

Yay, no more cast.

Grumpy Grateful Mom said...

Congratulations to your daughter for getting her cast off!
We still don't have snow, in Utah, crazy!

The Blonde Duck said...

I'm having flashbacks to breaking my ankle at 4...

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

She looks soooo tickled to be getting that cast off!

And T, she is looking more grown-up all the time!

TUTU said...

Hannah.. did you arm feel really light? I remember when I got my cast off it seemed like my arm was floating.

Brittany and Charlie-Social Butterfly said...

Aw yeah! Glad she survived it all!

Kailani said...

She must be so happy to finally have that cast off! Look at that smile!

Kailani
An Island Life

The Blonde Duck said...

I hope you had a great weekend!

Connie Weiss said...

YAY! So glad she got the cast off!

Do you have to make up your snow days?

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Hope all is well on the home front with the kids!

I'm totally excited about school being back in too!!

Stephanie said...

I didn't know how they took a cast off!
So happy for you that the smelly cast is behind you:)

Amy said...

Wow I have not been around and I see this.. Ouch but glad to see she is all better now.. I would have picked pink too. We have snow but still have school going on.. Have a great day..

otin said...

No matter what she is always smiling!

Nezzy said...

What a brave beauty that Hannah is!!! I remember when I got the cast off my leg I thought they were gonna saw into me!!!

Hope your little Eli feels better soon and very soon, bless his heart.

God bless and have a marvelous shut in day!!!

GypsyFox said...

what a brave little girl!! I'm a new follower here ;)

Jennee said...

Ahh! I've never had a broken bone and don't want one after seeing the cast being removed! Looks like you have a very brave girl!

Jenny said...

Oh gosh. Ouch. Poor little thing. Try spraying the cast with lysol and putting it in the sun for a day or two (if you have any this time of year) Her smile is so happy. What a trying time for you all.

Helene said...

I love that huge smile on her face as the cast is being cut off! She is one brave girl!!

The Blonde Duck said...

Hope you had a great weekend!

Amy said...

Hi there.. Just stopping by to say Hello..

The Blonde Duck said...

You would be an awesome labradoodle.

Anti-Supermom said...

She looks so cute and so brave in these pictures. We have yet to break a bone in this house, but she's a great example!

Apparently, you must have all of our Minnesota snow, because I can see grass from my window :)

Bliss said...

I bet it felt great for that cast to come off! She was so brave and looks fascinated by the process of them removing. it.