They didn't have a camoflauge option for a cast so he settled for his favorite color-blue! He was a little disappointed that they didn't carry camo. You would think living in the south, since people can get camo on their trucks, clothes, hats, and just about any other item they would have camo casts. I may need to suggest them adding that to the color options. (is camoflauge even a color?) Okay, so here is our new blue friend for the next 4-8 weeks. The doctor made it sound like we might be in this for the long haul. We will see, I am praying that we will only be in this for a shorter amount of time. Because if any of you know our Jonah, he may make me crazy trying to keep him from further injury in this cast. He can't ride his bike, I won't let him run around, or jump off of anything. All three things are favorite past times for him. So instead we are dealing with a wound up child who has no way to exhurt his energy. Yep, I might be crazy come June. If any of you has any suggestions on how to harvest the energy or pass the time for him let me know!! And yes that picture is taken of him standing on his top bunk! I'm telling you it's going to be impossible to contain this child for that long!
We are the White family, we are a family of 6! We live in a small town in N. Florida. We have four kids, ahh! The first two kids are boys, and the second two are girls. Dan is a preaching minister and Tammy is a stay-at-home mom. We are busy with life and enjoying our family as they grow and teach us a few things! We hope you enjoy watching us grow and change.