Our insurance benefits started January 1st, and Lily wasted no time on calling “dibs” on being the first person to use them.
It happened while I was at work, but from what I have been told, she was running in the hall. Slammed into the coat closet door, and her pinky finger got caught between the door and door frame.
I will spare you how many times she has been scolded and had to “go back and walk.”
My dad made a Q-Tip and Bandaid splint for her.
A trip to RediMed to get it checked out. Thankfully a relatively short wait.
We got x-rays done. As they developed, even I could tell it was broken.
The doctor came back and told us it was indeed broken. Shortly after that, an x-ray tech came in to do the splint.
She was so exhausted, physically and mentally, that she fell asleep watching “Mermaidia” in Spanish.
After her nap and some dinner, I painted her nails to cheer her up.
We go back in 2 weeks…