Today started out like any other weekday. Zach (thankfully) slept all night, which means that I slept all night so I got up on time, showered and quickly got ready for work. We actually left on time for a change. I dropped Zach off at day care and went on to work.
Here’s where the fun part started. About 20 minutes after I got to work my phone rang. For some reason, no caller ID showed up, so I picked up the phone not sure what to expect. As soon as I said hello the voice on the other end said, "You need to come pick Zach up right now. He fell down the steps and he seems ok but you better have him checked." So, I said I would be right there and rushed out the door to go get my baby.
On the way there, which is about a 10-15 minute drive, I’m thinking of all kinds of terrible awful things that I think could happen to a kid that falls down a big flight of stairs. Then I started picturing all the movie scenes I’ve seen where someone falls down a flight of stairs and snaps their neck and dies. By the time I got there I was totally in a panic, not sure exactly what I was going to see.
Of course I had really over-dramatized things in my head. When I got to day care, I could see him sitting in the high chair in the kitchen playing with some toys. He had a cut in his mouth that had already stopped bleeding. He was a little fussy, but otherwise seemed just fine. I packed him up, stopped at the house to grab the diaper bag and a bottle and brought him to work with me.
I haven’t gotten a whole lot of work done today, but I do have to say thank God for noggin.com or I wouldn’t have gotten anything done at all. All I had to do was turn on the Jack’s Big Music Show videos and he was entertained. We went out for lunch with my mom, and now he is all snuggled up sleeping in his stroller. Hopefully I’ll get at least another hour out of that nap to get some work done. Ugh, he’s starting to squirm. So much for that hour.
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Poor little guy!! Hope he’s feeling better. It hurts when you get your head whacked.
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