Monday, July 07, 2008

What a day, for lack of better words.

I mentioned yesterday that we were getting together with some friends from church. Well the plan was to go biking or swimming but the weather wasn't cooperating so we opted for Chuck E Cheese. That was fun but the food well lets just say it isn't the greatest. I'm such a sucker too. J wanted to play golf today and both people he was going to play with fell through do to different reasons and so I let him take GG on a date to golf. I really hope she is having fun! The rest of us just stayed home because the boys didn't want to go swimming. We played the Wii and now they are watching American Gladiator.

Other than that I feel like such a bad mother today with Peanut. She takes naps on our bed and she normally makes sounds when she wakes up and I go get her. Well today I heard a "Whaa" thud and screaming. As soon as I heard the whaa I was up and headed to the bedroom and when I heard the thud I was running. She seems to be okay but man did that really scare me. She had a red bump on her head. Then about 10 minutes ago I was nursing her while Red was brushing my hair and when he got done he threw it and hit her in the head while she was nursing. Good thing she has a hard head. Poor girl. It stinks to be the 4th. I think I am going to have to wear her more, oh wait she was in my arms the last time she got hurt.

7 comments:

Tracey said...

Poor Peanut!! I hate those head injuries. They're usually fine, but they just SOUND so awful.

KC said...

Poor little thing.. but your not a bad mom.. 3 of my 4 kids did that as babies. 2 of them more then once. UGH maybe that makes me the bad mom LOL.

Kari said...

Give yourself a break, Tonya. At one time or another bumps and bruises happen. (Glad she's ok!)

Ann(ie) said...

um, my little monkey took a header into a curb the other day. And then later in the day took a header in the tub. Mother of the friggin year right here! =P

Fuschia said...

Our oldest took a header off my mom's bed when she was 3 mos. Mom's bed had a double pedestal so it was roughly 30 inches off the ground! I was alone, young, and very scared. I called 911...rookie mistake :)
Sounds like Peanut is fine. It is funny how much tougher those #3-and-beyond kiddos are. (Okay, so maybe it's us moms who get tougher)

mommy2twinkies-Deb said...

I know, it makes you feel horrible when that happens! She'll be fine! She'll become a toughy!

sarahgrace said...

Poor girl! All three of mine have taken a spill off the bed, some more than once! So it's not just you! It's hard not to let the guilt eat you up though!