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June 08, 2012

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Oh wow, I'm so sorry, but so happy that everything is okay. (For future reference, if you can get your just-hit-his-head kid to throw up a few times in the ER, it speeds up your triage miraculously.)

Oh wow. That would scare me so much and you seemed to have such grace about you. Hope he's feeling better.

ooh dear... Thankfully his guardian angel was there. Oh, thanks to the Lord. Sigh...

I hope I don't have to go to the ER either, but we need to be always prepared, just in case, right?

Oh, Jamie. I'm so glad he's going to be fine, but what a scary day. Thinking of you and Pete.

What an ordeal, but you came through it well, with the help of some blessings and grace, thank goodness. It's frightening to run those "head bump tests" and not really know if they are OK. Thanks for your words about grace; so powerful!

I am so so sorry. I am so glad he is safe. I am so glad grace was with you...
Saying prayers for you and your sweet child....

Oh how frightening! I'm so glad everything worked out ok.

I guess one argument in favor of calling the ambulance is that you wouldn't have to wait in the ER. If he'd arrived in the ambulance they'd have seen him right away. I'm filing that away for if I'm ever wavering about whether or not we need to go while praying that it never comes to that.

Oh, you brought tears to my eyes. So glad he's okay. So so grateful. Our babies should just not be so fragile. It seems like a design flaw to me...

Jamie, I'm so glad everyone is OK. ER visits are so stressful. We contemplated one yesterday due to another allergic reaction. Thankfully, Benadryl did the trick. I have literally lost count of how many ER visits we have had with the kids - and we only have 30 kid years so far.

And thanks for your reminder that God is in control. Take care!
Marcie

Very frightening. I'm so glad this ended well. What a beautiful example of grace for the moment.

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