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Friday, October 1, 2010

Hey, don't you agree that giving a little four year old FIVE shots in one day is a little like torture? I wonder why they can't mix the medicine all in one big shot. Poor little Alivia has three band aids on one arm and two on the other. We were expecting three shots and that's what we told her. But the doctor decided she also needed a flu shot and hepatitis B shot on top of her others. After the nurse left the room she glared at her mother and said between her little teeth, "Mommy that was more than three shots!" We were all smart enough not to laugh.


Amy J - Book Addict said...

Poor thing! We just went through that as well last year!

Nancy Bristow said...

Debbie...It says Alivia has good counting skills;) ~Nancy

*yadkny* said...

I agree, they should be able to come up with a way to mix those shots together in one. That must have been so cute when Alivia said that though:)

kittykelly28 said...

I'm not looking forward to that! My four year old got his shots and bless his heart he did so good but when it was over he was sniffling and asked if we could go to McDonalds now. lol

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Tory Richards said...

You're lucky Amy, or should I say, your child is lucky. Did you drag daddy along, too?

Got a chuckle out of your remark Nancy.

It certainly made my daughter feel guilty, yadkny:)

Hi kittykelly28 from Author Island! That's a great site, isn't it?