This time was different.
Nathan soon came rushing in, yelling that Miss S was hurt.
When I reached the backyard, she was SCREAMING.
I'll note here that while I was carefully lifting her off the trampoline (she didn't fall off - we have a surround... she landed on the trampoline strangely), Nathan went in the house, got a Ziploc bag and filled it with ice. He's a good helper.
Long story getting shorter, she broke her ONE ARM quite severely.
We ended up having emergency surgery at Primary Children's Medical Center later that night and they put three pins in to put the head of her humorous back into place.
She looks so tiny in that big bed....
This was after her surgery as I was getting her settled into her room. The sweet nurses gave her a little kitty with his arm bandaged, too.
She had a very rough night. Didn't fall asleep until like 4 AM. But, after a few hours of sleep, she was back to being herself.
In the mirror the next morning, "That's me!", she said as she sang and danced with her reflection - just like nothing had happened.
A few days later, she had her hard cast put on. It's PINK and she loves that.
She's been a trooper. Can't feed herself or do anything really.
"Tan you feed me? I tan't do yit".
(As a side note, Nate just saw the above picture (with him in the background) and said, "Look. I'm making her sling into my pretend satchel". I'd already forgotten that. Sometimes the words he uses... )
If she's healed well when she sees the surgeon this week, her cast will come off (a concept that she was very worried about because she remembers that the cast made it feel better).