...a fancy term for: "you suck at parenting, way to go and dislocate your kid's elbow, nice going stellar parent!" Or in other words, today was a bit of an upsetting day (at least for an hour). We dropped J off at preschool, and decided to head over to the mall to get a book and a video we have had our eye on since conference. Well, it was me, Hubbs, and Memm. I think in the last year and a half, this is the first time that Hubbs and I went anywhere alone with just Memm. Well, Memm has this thing she likes to do called: "Drop my weight and create my own "wheeeeee" game!" You know what I am talking about right? Every parent has done it. I know Casey has. Anyway, playing the 1-2-3 game wasn't even the culprit. It was a fit Miss threw after we had to take her away from the 75 cent fake pony ride...she wanted to ride it and I didn't want to wait for the four other little kids waiting in line to finish. Anyway, Hubbs grabbed her hand and we all started walking out, that is when Miss threw herself to the ground and did a 360 while Hubbs still had her hand in his. We didn't realize anything was wrong until we got in the car and I handed her a book and she grabbed her left hand with her right and tried to "open" the book. She was crying and crying. I looked at her wrist and swore it was sprained/dislocated/hurt really bad...she kept crying and holding it. Anyway, went straight into our pediatrician, (man, I love my ped office! AMAZING staff, amazing doctor...really never had a bad experience with them EVER!) they got us in literally THREE minutes after we walked in and it wasn't her wrist it was her ELBOW! Crazy, the doc told us it is usually the elbow when parents think it is the wrist. Anyway, none of this was a big deal at all. I was very calm, just feeling a little bad about her being in pain, but she is fine now. But I guess once this happens, it can happen more commonly. So, anyway...no more playing 1-2-3 at our house! :( Sad cause I really love that game.