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Gs (4) broke his arm today

May 19th, 2013 at 04:46 am

Today was the start of all the moving. Unfortunately, it got cut short when my 4 year old grandson took a tumble and broke both bones in his arm. Ive never seen a limb with a break like this, and hope to never see it again. My poor little gs- in his four year old mind, thought his hand died, because it wasnt moving anymore as they were rushing him to the hospital- after 7 hours in ER, his arm was set and is now in a temporary cast and he is on his way to being ok. His fingers move just fine, so he is less traumatized tonight. Most importantly, he is out of pain.

Before the accident, we moved the fridge, couch and bed into the little house, which is all the big stuff. Now I can move in officially and pack everything else. If tomorrow goes as planned, I will start staying out there tomorrow or Monday night.

What a stressful day. Thank goodness our little guy is better tonight.

9 Responses to “Gs (4) broke his arm today”

  1. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Ouch! {{{grandma}}} Glad he's doing okay.

  2. starfishy Says:

    oh, no - poor baby. i hope his arm heals quickly. good luck with the rest of the move.

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    Sounds like your GS will be okay. Good luck today with the rest of the move!

  4. snafu Says:

    Glad tyke is casted, fingers move with good outcome forecasted in 6-8 weeks. Best wishes to parents who were likely traumatized 1st by accident and 2nd by 7 hrs in ER with injured youngster.

    How will you outfit your mobile home while country house is being repaired? [I'm trying to work out efficient plan for RV] Do you use 'rules' like 12 hangers per foot of closet rod? Are specialized hangers more efficient? How do you manage shoes so entry isn't jumbled? Electronic station for phone, iPad, Kindle etc? How to manage a galley efficiently is desperately needed here.

  5. MonkeyMama Says:

    Oh no!!

  6. Donna Says:

    Poor little guy. It's going to be tough to spend a chunk of the summer in a cast. Hugs to all involved.

  7. Looking Forward Says:

    OH MY GOSH!!
    Poor little man. Frown

  8. LuckyRobin Says:

    How scary. I hope he heals well soon.

  9. PNW Mom Says:

    Poor little guy! Hope he feels better (and heals) soon!

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