We have been so fortunate that Caleb has waited almost four years to have a play ground accident.
I was finishing lunch when I got the call that Caleb had face planted on the playground.
The bridge of his nose was swollen and under his eyes got a little dark.
But the first thing I noticed was his poor skinned nose!
The pediatrician wanted to check him out and we spent the afternoon at the doctor's office.
Luckily, we have no broken bones or teeth.
Just a bruised, skinned nose to show off.
The doctor spent about two minutes watching my wild child before handing me a piece of paper showing what to do in the event of a head injury. He simply looked at me and said, "You're going to need this."
This is just the first of many because that child is all boy. He's rough and tough and sometimes he does crazy things. But it's part of what makes him special.
Dinner was in the crockpot for when we got home. Caleb got his belly full, I gave him a nice long bath, got his nose doctored up, and we settled in for family movie night. About twenty minutes into the movie, he was sound asleep on the couch at 7:30. He was absolutely exhausted from his wild day.