Today during naps/Porter's quite time it was raining cats and dogs for a good 40 min. Porter came and asked for some crackers. When I went to get them....there it was...water seeping through the back door. Lots of water! I have no pictures to document as I was a little preoccupied. But it was such a big mess, running through the grout lines of the tile. I was trying to hold it in with every towel in sight, and it kept coming until it hit the rugs. My sister-in-law came and helped out and we finally got it under control and cleaned up. Thanks Tiff!
Just when we thought everything was under control and Jason got home from school. We packed up the kids and headed to Home Depot to find something to take care of our water problem since the forecast says we will be getting rain for a few more days. While we were at Home Depot finishing up, we had Ellery in the front of the cart and Porter in the back. Porter decided to stand up and take a step back to find himself falling out of the cart right on his head. I picked him up and he started crying immediately. Still crying I felt him get heavy. He never lost conscience but was a little woozy. I didn't feel good about the situation so we decided to head to his pediatrician right down the road. From there the nurse practitioner who saw him said she couldn't see anything wrong but didn't like a fall on the back of the head right on the cement. So... off to Primary Children's. We quickly dropped Ellery off with my mom. Got him in, they evaluated him looked at everything. And with the HIGH dose of radiation that CT gives off, we with the doctor's high recommendation decided not to go that route. Porter is functioning VERY much like Porter, and is just fine. I am still so grateful that I took him in and made all the right precautions. We love our little Porter SO SO much, and glad he is safe, home, and tucked tightly into bed!!!
(Only thing we have to document of Porter's visit to Primarys.)