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Friday, June 11, 2010

Who's Bleeding??? And Excuse the Gruesome Pics

I woke up this morning to this bloody washcloth!
Still groggy and stumbling through the house in my
nightgown, without my contacts in, I kept saying,
"Who is bleeding?" Of course, three non-verbal
boys didn't answer! LOL!
So, I went through the rooms looking for a body or
a mess....and then I found Spencer at my computer desk.

"What happened to you? Did your nose bleed?", I asked with wide eyes!

"Mose", (nose) Spencer nods. You just gotta laugh around here or you'll go crazy! LOL!

30 comments:

  1. OMG does he have them often ?
    At least he tried to hold the washcloth up to his nose ;)

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  2. Oh, dear! Glad you woke up with a sense of humor

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  3. isn't it amazing how much a nose can bleed?
    my son Jimmy is 27 and he still gets nosebleeds sometimes.

    how nice that Spencer stayed so calm about the whole thing.

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  4. Rhonda ~ Taylor and Spencer are the only ones that get them! Usually only in the winter, so this one was a surprise. Good grief!

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  5. Oh my goodness, Betsy....next I expected to see the yellow caution tape....

    Sorry, but I had to laugh when you said you were stumbling through the house in your nightgown saying.."Who is bleeding....."

    I love how you handle life...You are an angel in Betsy skin.

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  6. Wanda ~ I know! It's funny..I talk to them like they're going to answer! And I wasn't sure what I was going to find either!

    But did you notice that like any good blogger, I took pictures before I cleaned him up? LOL!

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  7. smiles. my oldest gets nose bleeds but they freak him out so we would have heard it middle of the night or otherwise...

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  8. You handled things like a trooper and yes, I noticed pictures were taken before cleanup...that's a true blogger!

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  9. Excellent detective work Betsy. You've just been promoted to Chief Inspector!!
    Millie ^_^

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  10. Yes, I was impressed with how you recorded the scene for the blog before cleaning it up. For that you get a blogging Order of Merit (which means that you can now use the letters OM after your name)

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  11. Hope Spencer recovered ok. I can tell there will never be a lack of things to post about in your busy life . . .

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  12. At least the bleeding wasn't excessive. (I was expecting deep lacerations or something...) Laughter is a must when dealing with children, otherwise we would be crying ALL the time.

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  13. I thought only nurses do blood work; oh, yes, and mothers too.

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  14. Alan ~ haha...love that! And please know everybody that IF spencer was STILL bleeding when I found him I would certainly have tended to the poor boy before snapping pics! LOL! As it was, it was just so funny and he was fine.

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  15. I know people who pay good money for T shirts like that.

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  16. i love that you got pics!! you are a GOOD BLOGGER!! i cannot WAIT to get a proper camera...geez louise. ours doesn't really work in doors anymore. merci just had a nose bleed yesterday...it's always so random?

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  17. Oh MY! That's when you REALLY have to know your kids and which one to hunt down, so to speak. Laughter does save the mind.

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  18. Oh Betsy! Good for you for being able to laugh. It does look like a crime scene (as someone else mentioned) lol!

    Happy weekend and I hope there's no more blood!
    Jen

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  19. OMG! A Nose bleed. They can be really messy. Hope he's alright now.
    Have a good day...:)

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  20. Noses Also Run In My Family.

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  21. Tony ~ glad to hear we aren't the only ones! ha.

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  22. That is a scary scenario to wake up to. Hope he is okay. Nosebleeds are not only a pain but can be serious if you have them often.

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  23. Well, I'm so glad it wasn't a body!

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  24. If a bloody kid can be sweet, Spencer is!!

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  25. I love hearing the stories about the boys, etc. I'm so glad that Spencer is saying so many words. I'm looking forward to sentences from him someday. I enjoy the blog, too, all of it. Even though I'm glad for time off and trying to get a lot done, mostly cleaning up the clutter that piled up while I was working, I am also a bit bored!

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  26. Mrs Howe ~ so nice of you to visit my blog and comment! :) I'm looking forward to those sentences, too!

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  27. Glad he is OK. I love how he said "mose" - precious!

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  28. Eeeew my goodness. Thank you for always keeping it real.

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