Now That Would Be Awkward

Today I had my two-week post surgical follow-up appointment. I told Sean that I was going to see the very same doctor that delivered him safely into this world, the first human to ever lay hands on him.

“Are you going to get a shot?” he asked in a worried voice. In his mind, a shot is the worst thing that can happen.

“No, I don’t think so,” I said hoping to ease any anxiety he might be having. “I think he’s just going to look at my tummy.”

After a long pause, he asked, “Is he going to kiss it and make it better?”

Oh lordy, let’s hope not.

19 thoughts on “Now That Would Be Awkward

  1. I tried to leave comments several times, but my IP was not on Typepads new white list … don’t ask … long story.

    Any way, I tried to leave a comment that went something like this…

    I’m so glad you’re feeling better, because I was getting ready to ship off a care package of canned peaches, Diet Cherry 7-UP, and a snickers bar!!!

    Whew! I’m so glad doctors don’t kiss our boo boos!

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  2. Seriously awkward. Oh, if the world really worked like that, though. So simple, so sweet, really. But definitely awkward.

    (My little boy had a friend over one day who fell and hurt his hind end. He came in crying – it was nothing major, but nothing I could do would console him. I finally asked, “What do I need to do?” His answer? Kiss it better. Hmmmm. I told him that was a job for his own mommy.)

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  3. Ha ha ha… I work in a large Ob/Gyn office and this cracked me up cause I know exactly what you mean by akward were your surgeon to kiss your boo-boo. You would definitly have some ‘splaining to do when you got home!

    Glad you are on the road to recovery!

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