Monday, April 6, 2009

Carson VS. Couch


Sitting quietly and listening to incredible talks given by inspired leaders of our church builds up lots of energy in little ones, especially my four.  Yesterday all of Carson's "built up energy" and the couch got in a little disagreement...  and unfortunately the couch won.
this is Carson immediately following the fight with the couch...  lots of blood but not many tears were shed. 

and this is my tough little man sporting a black eye and 6 stitches.  The Dr.'s at InstaCare know Adam by his first name.  Oh, the joys of raising boys.

8 comments:

The Jones :) said...

Did he have that last night when we were there?? I didn't even notice...poor kid...that's a nice shiner though! Thanks again for your help last night...sorry to barge in like we did...but we appreciate your friendship!!

Vanessa said...

At least he will remember conference!!

ChasingChase said...

It's funny because he kind of looks proud of himself. Like it's a war wound!!

Mom OT said...

Like father, like son!! He will have a good scar story for the future!!!

Julie said...

Oh, I know what you mean. Carson is just like Parker. Infact Parker had stitches right in the same spot on his other eye when he was Carsons age and you can still see the scar. Infact he has like 3 more like that on his face. He has had stiches so many times. No broken bones tho, just sprained ankles. Carson will be proud of that scar. Ha Ha!

Karla said...

Oh ouch!! That looks like it would so hurt! What a brave one for not crying much. I want to cry just looking at it. OUCH!

The Homer House said...

I just read the last 3 or 4 posts and just laughed and laughed, that is too funny. Your sweet husband, the dirt bike, the kids-especially Carson, is all too hilarious. I love the posts and think you are creative and quite a crack up, keep up the good work and better luck next time to...everyone. Thanks for the laughs. Love you guys!

Preston and Raelene Raban Family said...

I can't believe how much that look on his face looks like Adam! It just says trouble! So dang cute! The torture we put our kids through! I remember hating conference weekend when I was little. Preston and I were saying how old we must be getting because we don't want to miss any of it! Good times!