oh, poor pumpkin....this is too sad.I just wnat to hug her.
I hate hurting children.If I could though I would work with sick children all the time.They just don't understand that nurses hurt them to make them better.I start 99% of the IV's on children in the ER when I am there.I make a deal with the kids...you have a job and I have a job, yours is to hold still...yell, scream, cry all you need to...my job is to stick you one time, draw your blood start your fluids and be done.
awwwww poor thing! I don't have kids but I can imagine how that could break your heart. It tugs at my heartstrings and I've never met her! You seem like such a good mom. I remember that look of heartbreak in my mom's eyes when I got upset about things like that. It always made me feel better that she cared so much, even if I acted like I was mad at her too. Great post and the pic works very poeticly with it. Take care!-Gina
Oh man!!! I want to cry right along with your little pumpkin!!! :(
p.s. gina, i'm not a mom! see previous posts about the girls and one titled "clarification" for details ;) more to come at a later date...
A very powerful photo! I hope your nursing stuff is going well. I am subbing tommorow in the highschool always fun!cd
Hey Camille,I just read your clarification post. My friend also has a girl with Down Syndrome we spend endless time together. I was really touched by your pictures and posts of Grace.I am trained in special education and love it. Just thought I would share.ChristineThe pics are beautiful
Definitely a heart-breaking picture. Hope that the nursing placement is giving you joy.
I know how that poor little sweetheart feels. I still feel like that hurting little girl when I get stabbed with needles.
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