The Unicorn and Rainbow Cure

Laura hit a parked car while sledding today, knocking her lower lip into her teeth. All her teeth were intact, and she went back to sledding. Once we were back inside, she put a band-aid on her mouth because her lip still hurt. Band-aids, especially rainbow and unicorn band-aids, make everything feel better.

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5 Responses to The Unicorn and Rainbow Cure

  1. Cute! My youngest is terrified of band-aids. Although this is the child who thinks Santa is going to eat him.

    • Beth says:

      Band-aid terror must help you maintain a supply of band-aids for actual medical emergencies. In our home, they play the role of sticker substitutes. 🙂

  2. dogear6 says:

    Band aids are a miracle cure for all kinds of things! Much better than tears.

    • Beth says:

      The tears still fell. Laura reminded me of her mouth boo-boo several times tonight: no orange juice (it might sting), no kisses (too ouchie), and no brushing teeth (she lost on that request).

  3. shoes says:

    Ahh, cute picture! Poor girl – glad the unicorn and rainbow bandaid worked its magic.

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