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This Is Where It All Begins

This Is Where It All Begins

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Twilight....for real.

This is what poor little Sammy went through in nursery today. The question I send him back????

You got it folks, that is a bite mark. And no little nip in the arm mind you. It is a full blown, cut through the skin, bleeding, bruised and swollen chomp in Sam's shoulder. The camera obviously didn't get the best picture, but you get the idea.


runningfan said...

Sorry to hear it! My boys were the biters, not the bitten, so I'm not sure I can give you any advice. Zach once gave another kid a black eye in nursery? Trust me, it's less fun being the mom of the bully than the victim. :)

runningfan said...

And that question mark was supposed to be an exclamation point...

Deanna said...

Tanner has been the biter, not the bitten, as well. I agree with Runningfan... it's tough being the mom who's kid is the 'vampire'! One girl's mom STILL to this day won't talk to me, or say hi, or even walk past unless she has someone to talk to as she's walking...even after repeatedly apologizing and making an effort to be nice to her...geesh!

I don't have any advice, since I've never been on that side of the fence...maybe once, but Tanner deserved it... :)

Good Luck! If you have any advice for mommies of vampires, let me know! I'd love some tips!

Familia Morales said...

Ouch! Annaleise once got bitten by a neighbor--it turned into a welt. So, in a roundabout way, I feel your pain. Send him back, but maybe arm him with some shoulder pads?

Colleen said...

Oh my goodness! The real question is should that kid be sent back until the parents can get the biting under control? I hope they address that problem with the parents and don't just let it slide. The boys have neither been biters or been bitten before, but I totally understand, it is hard not to get the mama bear up when your kid gets hurt. But send him back, Luke needs some other small buddies. I am excited for the new year when the nursery will shrink by two-thirds! Even if the biter is in the group, it is a better adult to kid ratio so things like that can be stopped before the teeth clamp down.