Saturday, August 15, 2009

That's gotta hurt

While Randy and I attended the temple last night, my parents graciously watched the kids for us. While we were gone, Jacob got into a little accident with a kitchen chair. My mom says he was trying to get up onto it and it tipped over on him landing on his face. My mom didn't think it would have hurt him much until she saw the blood coming from his lip. She said he didn't cry for more than 3 seconds. Sounds like him. He doesn't complain much about being hurt (Just like his dad). If it were Tyler, on the other hand, I think he would still be crying about it. We weren't sure if he needed stitches or not, but the common consensus was that he probably didn't. Here are pictures of his "War wounds" a fat split lip that is so big he can hardly eat or close his mouth.
Of course he is smiling. I actually told him to look sad and this is what he came up with. Silly boy.

He sure doesn't act like his lip is bothering him. I guess it doesn't bug him as much as Tyler does. but his speech is slightly different.




On a completely unrelated note, for Lily's 5 month "birthday" the other day, I painted her toenails for the first time in her life. They are SO stinking cute! And I thought hair was fun!

7 comments:

Grandpa and Grandma B said...

Well these things happen but at least he still has all of his cute teeth!!

Amanda said...

Oh my poor baby boy!

Stephanie said...

What a tough little boy! I love Lily's toe nails!

Grandpa and Grandma B said...

Hey I read your adds. Are you making any money. I find it interesting the different adds between yours and Lisa's sites.

Amber said...

Ouch on the fat lip. I love love love the toes. Do it while she's little and will let you. Megan won't let me paint her toes AT ALL. She cries the whole time and then immediately rubs it off with her fingers. I wish I had done it more when she didn't care! I guess I'll just have to do Brooke. Maybe Megan will let me do it if she sees Brooke and Mommy with pretty toes.

Nessa said...

I just comfort myself with the knowledge that chicks dig scars and they add to my boys character!

Michelle said...

Oh, that looks painful. That's good that he didn't cry too much about it. My kids are the same. Savannah cries forever about the tiniest thing and Will is fine right after.