Well, Hannah Grace, Faith and I just returned from the Doctor's office to retrieve part of Instant Easter from Faith's NOSE!
Last night as she was sitting in her car seat, she starting screaming about her nose hurting. She had been playing with lip gloss that someone at church had given her and we thought that she had put some of that up her nose. Her nose ran last night, but I thought it was irritated from the lip gloss. When she woke up this morning very stuffy, I decided to take a look in her nose. Sure enough there it was - a piece of green Easter Bunny (as seen above) in her nose. After many tries of blowing, I gave in and called the Doctor. Still in the Doctor's office we tired to blow and sneeze - anything we could, but no luck.
The Doctor came in and looked up her nose and said "Yep, there something up her nose". I thought to my self, "Really? Do you need a degree to know that?" Anyway, you have to know our doctor he is great, but a little strange - he put on his head lamp (yes, a head lamp) and pulled a piece of green sponge about the size of a dime out of Faith's nose.
If you can believe it - Faith never cried, she laid there and talked to us. Which is scary because, we are not sure if she has learned her lesson yet.
This is not the first time she has put something up her nose. There has been a popcorn kernel, a piece of popcorn and paper.
Hannah Grace started it all when she put a popcorn kernel in her nose at an Upward Training Session in Atlanta. But, she told me today, "I learned my lesson".
Have a great day!
p.s. I went back and read about Instant Easter, this is what it says -
A watery Easter activity
-drop these capsules in warm water, slosh a bit, and out pops Easter fun