Wednesday, September 4, 2013


When Tom and I arrived in Noblesville last Saturday (for the Labor Day weekend), this is what we found:

Kendra had just returned from the ER where Paula had taken her.
On Friday night, Kendra had followed Alexis up a slide to be sure that she was seated safely.  Kendra then quickly backed down the ladder so she could run around the slide to catch Alexis. She, however, landed wrong.
Nicholas ended up catching Alexis while Kendra spent several minutes on the ground determining the severity of her injury. She managed to drive from the park in Cicero back home to Noblesville.
By Saturday morning, Jason had returned from work and was able to care for the kidlets and Kendra called Paula to drive her to the ER.  X-rays showed a nasty sprain and a chipped bone.
Labor Day Weekend didn't work out the way Kendra thought it was going to, however, the rest of us had a great time as we all hung out with Paula and Ron.
Nicholas and Ron spent a lot of time watching football games.
Blake is a "water baby" and spent hours in the pool. He takes pirate toys into the pool and his imagination takes over.
Alexis spent time dancing, building, swimming and playing.

PopPop Tom was here for the weekend and had all the time in the world for hugging.
Paula and Ron's dog, Sophie, wanted to hug, too!

                     Jason spent every night working but was able to 
                                         to have a little fun.

Nicholas and Blake totally entertained each other!

I'm so glad that I have been able to help Kendra out this week. Since this accident caught us all by surprise, I didn't come prepared with enough clothes, meds, etc. but it's amazing how everything works out just fine.
Tomorrow morning is Kendra's doctor's appointment. It will be interesting to see what he says. Tom returned to Goshen last Monday to be able to get the Layla and Marley off to school and picked up after school. He will return to Noblesville Friday early afternoon and take me home Saturday night. Kendra is hoping that she can ditch the crutches and drive but I can just about guarantee that that's not going to happen. Stay tuned...

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