I decided to start blogging about Jordan from the moment I found out I was pregnant. Jordan was born with a little arm that didn't grow like most babies. Her left arm stopped just above the elbow. Now I'm committed to making sure Jordan gets everything out of life. We feel blessed to be the parents of a very special little girl.


"My face is broke"

So Jordan wakes up in a bright and cheery mood. She woke up an hour later than usual and I thought that was a little strange... So I took the boy to school by himself while Randy stayed at home. So when I come in, I hug Jordan and take her to the bathroom. Along the way, she told me "my face is broke." I didn't think that made any sense and gave her a big smooch.

A little later I brushed her hair out of her face to find: A BLACK EYE! Oh man. It's nasty. That strangest part? I'd ask Jordan what happened and she'd respond: "I not know."


Tonight she told me she was bouncing on her bed when it happened. My theory is she hurt her face while she was bouncing on her bed and slammed her face into the crib. It's more reason to snag one of our anchor's daughter's white twin poster bed!! Fewer slots for Jordan to faceplant!

1 comment:

twin power mommy said...

That's too sweet....my face is broke.

I remember a time when Caitlyn had stepped onto something and yelled, "Ow!..Something bit me".

I asked her, "What bit you?"

and she said a "crumb did"

She walked away saying, "Nasty crumb...bit me, dat nasty crumb"

as i looked at what she was talking about, i realized it was in actuality, a thorn from outside.

I cracked up thinking about a "nasty crumb" biting her.

Our kids are too cute.