So, it’s late(r) on Friday night and Spring Break is almost over.Â
I think that I’m ready to send my little darlings back to school.Â My house is a DISASTER and Josiah needs some time without the kids IN. HIS. FACE…….and I need to have an hour where the kids are not hoovering me out of $60 in fruit and veggies a week.Â Okay, it’s not that bad, but close, and so while I love to have the kids around – I’ll be thrilled to have some quiet time.
So, anyway…Wednesday morning we got up and had a leisurly morning and then headed into Walnut Grove for a visit with my Chiropracter.Â My hips have been out and Siah needed an adjustment because he….he….fell out of his crib.Â I don’t know how it happened, and yes, we should have had the railing up, but ‘Siah’s only been army crawling for a little while and can’t sit up on his own and hasn’t shown any interest in pulling himself up on anything and so I didn’t think it was even possible for him to fall or crawl out of his crib, but last Friday morning we woke up to a rather large BANG followed by an extremely large CRY and I ran in and pick him up off the floor.Â I couldn’t (until today) figure out howÂ he could have possibly pulled himself up and managed to heavve his rather large body over the railing.Â He seemedto be okay and I squished and pulled and prodded until I was sure that there was nothing broken and he quickly stopped crying and seemed to be his happy self.Â He did have one funny scratch on his head, but I wasn’t sure if he had been gouging at the exczema on his head or if he had somehow hit his head when he fell.Â It did look like his head was lumpy off to one side, but maybe I was seeing things…..ya know how you’re just not sure when you’re stressed out?
So, we get to my Chiropracter…I’ve mentioned him beforeÂ Dr. Alan Irving.Â Â He’s AMAZING!Â He fixed ‘Siah right up.Â
After our appt, we hit the Starbucks and then took the kids to the park.Â We got some good pictures and the weather totally co-operated so that was really nice.Â Click on the picture to see the pics that we took at the park.