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Ouch

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7


Cousin Sheryl, taking Weston’s stitches out on Saturday right before the party. It’s nice to have a nurse in the family.


I’m happy to say he’s quite recovered. (Can’t say the same about his car.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 7, 2010  

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  1. 10-7
    10:17
    pm

    We have a Nurse in family ~~ our 30 yr old daughter is a RN and works Hospice Care….Happy to hear Weston has healed ~~HUGS~~

  2. 10-7
    10:43
    pm

    Wow – when he told me he’s JUST gotten his stitches removed, I had no idea that he really meant JUST!

  3. 10-7
    10:49
    pm

    Sad it happened, glad Weston and Morgan are alright. The only good things about it are, no one was seriously injured, and a little fear can be a good thing. Still I know each of those stitches hurt your heart more than Weston. :snuggle:

  4. 10-7
    11:15
    pm

    We all know he was manly brave about the stitches!!!

  5. 10-7
    11:43
    pm

    So handy having a nurse in your family,glad that both your kids are ok Suzanne!

  6. 10-8
    4:02
    am

    From what I’ve gathered here on your blog, I think it’s just nice to have Cousin Sheryl in the family. And a bonus that she’s a nurse. :-)

    Glad the kids are OK!

  7. 10-8
    8:34
    am

    Yes, I imagine she comes in handy.

    The last time I had stitches out, I thought I was gonna have to thump the lady doing it….Ouch is nice compared to what I said.

  8. 10-8
    10:07
    am

    Hey Suzanne!

    You know I didn’t notice his stitches when I hitched a ride with him to the top of your driveway. Funny thing is he’s not a very talkative boy to strangers! lol :no:

    Angela :wave:

  9. 10-8
    12:05
    pm

    Thanks Suzanne and everyone for nice comments! :hug:

    Weston said, “The stitches hurt more coming out than going in.”

    I said, “Of course they do, you were numbed with Lidocaine when they put them in!” (Duh!)

    He looks pretty good now. I told him he had a matching scar to his cousin, Madison. Only, Madison got his when he was 18 months old, jumping on a bed, fell down and hit the headboard.

    Children were made to give us grey hair! :pinkbunny:

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