Throwing Caution to the Wind
Because you'd be fired due to not finishing rounds due to being overcome by staring at adorable sleeping pediatrics patients. Up and down the hall, buzzers are buzzing, patients are muttering, "Where is that Nurse Caution? I need my TPR & BP done....I need the bedpan.....My bedsheets need straightened.....NURSE!!!"May your dear sleeping son have a speedy and smooth recovery!
Bless his heart...hoping for a speedy and pain-free recovery.
Hope he's doing OK.What a cutie!
he is SO cute! Glad to hear all went well. And that no one thought he was a girl!
That made my morning, seeing a little angel sleeping, minus adenoids of course. So glad he is doing ok, he's been on my mind.
Glad all went well he is adorable and you are NOT a nurse because you are a TEACHER which is way up there in my bow to you opinion... :)
What a sweet boy...glad he is doing well. Hoping for a speedy recovery...;)
Glad he is doing well. I remember when we had Eli's adenoids and tonsils out here in Hungary... it was a memorable/scary experience... yours looks much better! Although not having it at all is the best!!!
Awww.. he looks pitiful in his little gown and cap. Hopefully he's feeling better!
Glad it is over and went well.
I am so thankful he is doing okay and hope he is eating lots of ice cream. You deserve some as well mom!You all were in my thoughts and prayers.Love you,Marlene
Glad all went well, Bless his little heart.Haha....I used to have the same kitty bed sheets when I was younger.
So cute!Hope he's feeling better and enjoying all the ice-cream!
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