Thursday, October 8, 2009

Graham's 1st...Bloody Nose


In a move that I don't expect will be his last, Graham gave himself his first bloody nose yesterday. Even with 5 other moms standing around he was so fast we couldn't seem to get to him in time. He stood up on a little car toy that had wheels and when the car came out from under him he face planted so hard that he looked like a falling tree. I don't think anything but his nose broke his fall. Fortunately, he still has all of his teeth, which is miraculous, and does not seem to have broken his nose, though this morning when he woke up his face looked pretty bruised. When you see the pic below note how different he looks- it's because his eyes and nose are puffy. Poor kid!!

1 comment:

ytryeyre said...

"Tube Air" which is visible in several small Asics Tiger circles on the midsole of the shoe, "Total Air" which is basically just another word for full Air Max cushioning, "Tuned Air," Hogan Shoes which is a system of individual pods supposedly "tuned" to different areas of the foot. Air in the early 1990s which was visible through the bottom of the shoe (although smaller portions of Air units are visible through the bottom of many Air Max models) and another type of Air cushioning is the low profile and very responsive "Zoom Air." Franklin Marshall Sale The symbols of air cushioning is the 1993 model, which the first to have the fully visible heel Air unit that was visible in the back as well as on the sides.