Monday, June 30, 2008

I was running and I couldn't stop

Last night, about 15 minutes after getting home from church, Isaac was chasing the baby, who was running with Isaac's balloon. Then he said "I was running and I couldn't stop, I want to pop that balloon!"

So, I called Jeremy and he met me at an urgant care facility, where Isaac was so brave and got a lot of stitches. Jeremy said it was so bad they had to stitch up the inner layer of skin and then the outer. The doctor said he'd have a pretty huge scar. This one is so much bigger than all of his others combined. No swimming for a week which is a total bummer. He has swim lessons all week and we go swimming everyday. So this week I'll have to get creative.


Niki Carter said...

Does that mean that we can't go swimming while you are here? What a bummer! I did not take that picture of the girls. We had them taken. Call me and we'll take about this weekend.

Anonymous said...

Poor Isaac! It looks like he is taking it pretty well. How did he do when they gave him stiches? I am so thankful neithr of the boys have ever had to do that. I am knocking on wood.

Melinda said...

Ouch! Poor kid! Tommy has already had a staple in his head, so I'm just waiting for something like this to happen to him! I hope Issac heals quickly!

Dusty and Amy said...

Poor Isaac! That is so brave to get stitches. Ouch! That's hard to believe that this will be the biggest scar of all combined :) I know there is a lot. He has one tough melon!

Sunshine Promises said...

Elder Logsdon,

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Good to reconnect!
Amanda Kjar Wilkinson

Chris said...

Okay, my first thought was HOLY CRAP that is big! Second thought is you need to buy mederma for kids and put it on that sucker as soon as the docs say it's okay.
So 2 more weeks until we fly to TX. The kids are super excited. Can't wait to hug your neck!

love you!

Unknown said...

Holy Cow! Isaac, you're one tough kid! That is a battle wound you can brag about later.

Heidi said...

What a battle wound! It's ok, when he grows the chicks will dig his scars! I hope he is doing well.
I hope you guys are having a great summer.