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Sunday, 15 March 2009

The things kids do!!!

I would never have believed a 3yo could swallow a 50 cent piece ......... until yesterday when my daughter did just that!

I think I lost 10 years of my life & have never driven so fast. Thankfully we had a fantastic team of ambulance men & women & doctors who worked together to choose the best course of action to remove the offending coin. 24 hours later & Josie is back home fighting with her brother again, so all is well :-)

12 comments:

Jesse said...

OMG Alana, I can imagine how hard & fast your heart would be pumping! Fantastic news that all is well & Josie is fine.

Jesse

Debbie Pamment said...

WOW - they are some x-rays to keep for her 21st - LOL!!! Glad all turned out OK - it's amazing how our kids can scare us sometimes - and then they act like it never happened, and your heart is still racing!!!
xXx

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

Oh my gosh...I would have been a hysterical mess. So glad all is well, and on a really cool note...you can see her six year molars awaiting!

tara said...

a fifty cent piece... yikes

glad she is okay.

think it might be high time for me to do the kids first aid course again.

Karen said...

OMG ALANA!! I would have been hysterical!! Thats just unreal!

Karen

Carolyn Gibbs said...

Alana - glad she's okay now. And very scarey x-rays!

Melissa Garland said...

OMG Alana, you poor thing. I can't imagine the panic you felt. Thank goodness all ok now. WOW!

Sue Madex said...

Wow Alana - those are amazing xrays! You must have just about had a heart attack yourself! Glad Josie is fine. Phew! Cheers, Sue

Liam said...

wow I am glad to hear she is alright. what an x ray. Scary. I hope she is now on the mend. You poor thing you must have been out of your mind. thank goodness everything turned out alright.

Liam

Kim Tonnet said...

Alana, you poor thing. Glad it got sorted fast! I'm thankful for those medical staff who rescue our children from a much worse fate. Love KimT

Michelle said...

Wowee! I only just saw your post on Jayne's forum and had to come and look. Very very impressive xrays, and I agree, perfect for both scrapping and display at Josie's 21st! I think any cop who pulled you over would be very quickly giving you an escort under lights and sirens! And a big well done to your rural medical staff - bravo!

Anonymous said...

I had a friend tell me today that she doesn't believe in miracles. Well I disagree and this proves it. She is a very lucky little girl. Praise God!
Jane Butts