The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day...Turns Around

Friday started off very, very bad indeed.


Even the procurement of the most sugar-laden treat the supermarket had to offer didn't turn the day around.

And then this arrived in the mail, from a special blog friend who sent it because she "doesn't live close enough to offer babysitting."

And everything was right with the world.


Both hers and mine.

7 Responses to “The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day...Turns Around”

  1. # Blogger Tracey

    Ohhh!! Poor baby. Those head wounds always look so horrible! But YAY for nice blogging friends and Caillou dvds!!  

  2. # Blogger Mom24

    I hope her noggin is feeling better. Isn't it amazing how a simple act of kindness can totally turn things around? Hope next week's a good one.  

  3. # Blogger supermommy

    Awww, poor girl! I hope she's feeling better. Munchkin's always doing something like that. Must be a 2 year old thing.  

  4. # Blogger beagle

    Even though I "hate" the little bugger (Caillou that is!)

    :-)  

  5. # Blogger kenju

    Poor baby! I remember the many times my kids got injuries like that - and I had to be the one to supply the sweets. What a nice friend you have!  

  6. # Blogger Jesser

    That looks like a nasty bump. Poor kiddo. Glad you are both doing better. ;)  

  7. # Blogger Damselfly

    A special snowman cookie *and* a Caillou video? Sweet! Sorry about that nasty cut, though.  

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