Friday, August 07, 2009

DUPLO Danger

Gee, Mommy, I'm sorry. I didn't MEAN to give you a black eye when I whacked you with my oversized LEGO blocks yesterday.

Eighteen-months-olds are dangerous.


DD said...

That smoky eye look goes much better when the smoke is on the upper part of the eye...and of course on BOTH eyes.


Geohde said...


Okay, not funny, I promise I didn't smirk.

At least with twins they hit each other more than they hit me, right? :)


Lavender Luz said...

Wuss! Dude -- you got beat up by a 29 pound weakling!

Really, I have more compassion for you than that, having been bonked in the nose more than once.

MsPrufrock said...

Yeah, I'm always afraid P will knock one of my teeth out.

I must say, it suits you. Don't go getting another one however, tough broad though you are!

hairyfarmer said...


KMW said...

Nice. Also, I like to see you posting again;)

BB said...

Yikes... that must have hurt! However, your little one is adorable... anything for a kiddo like yours! :)

Thanks for your comment on my blog. It definitely helps to hear about gals who have had the hematoma and have had a successful pregnancy there after! I will be speaking with my RE tomorrow. The hematoma was never ever found/discussed during my RE visits until the ER visit happened, so I am a little concerned about what the actual situation is like! In your case the hematoma became an issue pretty late in the pregnancy, but was it ever detected before? Did you bleed/pass clots? Was your pregnany defined as high risk (before getting on to the hospital bedrest)? Did you see any other specialists besides your OB?

docgrumbles said...

Injured on the job!

Two Shorten the Road said...

That is awesome.