Friday, July 15, 2011

Poor Baby...

Kella Update:
I just wanted to take a minute and say a HUGE
THANK YOU to all of you for your sweet care and concern
for poor Miss Kella :) I have printed out all of your comments for her,
and she's been reading them! She's had a huge smile
on her little face all day! She's finally figured out that she
still can do things on her own, and has rarely complained
about any pain. All those prayers and concerns have done wonders....
we are blessed to have such wonderful friends :) xox and loves to you all!
Also, a ginormous THANKS to the sweet ER nurses and Dr.s
at American Fork Hospital, for their fabulous care... American Fork
Ambulance drivers for their careful transport of my precious cargo....
and the AWESOME ER Dr.s and Miss Susan (nurse) at Primary
Children's Medical Center, for fixing my baby up with everything
she needed to heal properly.
And Dawnie, thank you so much for taking Malli
so that we could be with Kella. You are my bestie forever and
ever! We LOVE you bunches! xox


Laura said...

I'm so glad to hear Kella had a smile on her face. Kids are so resilient and I'm praying she will heel quickly. My daughter broke her arm this Jan (she's 2) so I feel your pain being a mom too. Thanks for the image, it will go perfectly for my little ones scrapbook page.
It is in times like these that we really see God's grace through the actions of others :)

robin k said...

Oh my!!! Poor little girl and poor momma too! How did that happen? I am so glad that she went to PCMC they are excellent!!Both of my boys have been there for illnesess, injuries, and surgeries and the nurses there are like angels!!! I rememeber Chase was 9 months old and was in for a surgery and when he was in the recovery room and we were taken to see him a guy nurse was rocking him in a rocking chair singing really softly "Rock of Ages" by Def leapord but he was singing so quiet and sweet it was like a "honest to goodness" lullaby. I still tear up at the memory he was so so kind to my baby boy! What Can I do for your sweet girl? What does she like to do, that she can still do? Like color or paint, or anything I want to send her something like that in the mail. When Jake broke his arm, my cute sisters sent cards and legos in the mail. He loved that, it made him smile even though he felt miserable. I want to put a little smile on her face. So tell me momma, what to do little girls like? Im just use to hot wheels and dragon legos? xo xo xo Robin

Tami B. said...

Awww, so sorry to hear this. I hope she has a speedy recovery!

Pam said...

Glad to hear she is doing so well, hope the healing goes quickly! :)

Shar said...

Aww!!! Super cute pics of miss Kella. Glad she's doing better and the comments helped her smile. :)

Hugs to you both

Alyna said...

glad to know she is on the recover road and that the comments made her smile. may she recover soon and always smile :).
is there anything else i can do to make her smile let me know i will send it to her :)
hugs to both kella and mama

Anne-Marie said...

Huge hugs to you both....but not too!

Jennifer Scull said...

will continue to pray for healing and lots of comfort! :)

MonkingsMusings said...

Hoping she has a speedy recovery and no more mishaps. Wishing you all the best.

Anonymous said...

So glad to hear she's doing better. Give her my love and lots of hugs. Hope she heals soon.

Stephenie said...

Wishing Kella a speedy recovery!

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Aww, such a lovely image. :)

Wishing Kella a very fast, speedy recovery. It's so nice to hear she's smiling and doing so well. (((hugs))) X X

Moments by Marla said...

So sorry to hear of Kella's mishap. As a mom and grandma it is so hard seeing them get hurt or being ill. Wishing her a speedy recovery.

Thank you for this freebie!

Sonia said...

Hi my friend
Hope Kella have a quick recovery.

Mari said...

Searching for broken arm drawing and found this perfect clip art. Thank you so much for the freebie! My daughter broke her left arm this weekend ... the week before her birthday party ... that was supposed to be at a trampoline place! So we're re-thinking and I need to resend her invites to her class with the new info. This is the perfect graphic to use. I hope your daughter's recovery was speedy.