Wednesday, June 15, 2005

She's Home

She's drinking a moderate amount, eating a little bit, and mostly sleeping. We've got the special car seat, but we have managed to get her comfortably in our regular stroller, and will get a wagon she can be propped up in. I will just have a hard time going to the grocery store with her, as there is no way I can put her in the cart. There is a reason you don't often see kids in hip-spica casts out and about town.

4 comments:

Jen said...

Do any of those SnugLi or papoose-style carriers that strap to your back an option? I would think it would be a bit difficult to get her in one, but once she is, it may be better than attempting to balance her in a shopping cart. Of course I am imagining that her casts keep her in a fairly straight position, but I could be picturing it wrong.

Mouthy Mom said...

I babysat for a little boy who had a cast that started below his nipples (above his belly button) and covered BOTH his legs AND his feet (so only his toes were visible. You would not BELIEVE how quickly that kid learned to get around! He was cruisin' big time!

I wish her a speedy recovery!!

Stacey said...

I'm so glad she's home! Sweet, beautiful girl. I'm going to try to call you soon.

Bernard Guerrero said...

I'm glad to see she's home and doing well. Chin up, the flag is moving up the hill.

jen: a Maya Wrap might work...