|(Pre-catastrophe; notice the bunny riding the bike!)|
We grabbed lunch & had a picnic at the aforementioned neighborhood park. The boys changed into their swimsuits and were off to the spray features. It was sooo hot (80°) and the boys loved the cool water. There is a playground right beside the spray park, so after they tired of it, we went to play on the playground.
Luke & Jonah were chasing each other & Luke jumped off the top of the twirly slide, like he's done a hundred times before. (Now, unless you have multiple boys, it's going to be hard to understand. The phrase "boys will be boys" is just so true. They just want to climb, jump, throw, and kick everything that comes their way. I'm not even going to begin to tell you about the tree that they climb up 2 stories high at one park...ooops.)
Anyway, I think his slippery Crocs messed up his take off from the slide & made him land awkwardly. He cried pretty significantly & I helped him up. He wasn't bleeding and no bones were sticking out, so like the good mother I am, I made him go back to the spray park and wash all the wood chips off. (What?!? You would have made him do the same thing!) He was still crying, which is not normal for him, and I knew something was wrong. Jason met us at the dr & had the hard job of watching Luke get the painful x-ray & usual probing. He'll get a cast next week and yes, will most likely not get to swim the majority of the summer.
So my wonderful free plans will most likely end up costly us hundreds of dollars. Like I said, aren't I a wonderful mother?
|(What Luke is doing right now; after Jonah's incident, he couldn't wait for his turn to stay up late & eat ice cream)|