Thursday, September 30, 2010

Oh no, look who broke his leg!

Poor Robbie! 
He broke his leg last night when he wrecked his bike. 
Ohhhh I hurt for him...
I don't know how getting his tonsils out is going to fit into this plan.
Or kindergarten.  How does one go to school with a leg like that?


We have news to share soon about his Mom and his Aunt (Kim and Kris).  

Something exciting is happening but I can't share it for a few more days.  As soon as I get the go ahead, I will!

10 comments:

Karen Mortensen said...

Poor Robbie. I hope he is okay. He looks like he is taking it well.

Can't wait to hear about Kim and Kris. Those two are amazing.

grandmapeg said...

Wow!!! A broken leg and the tonsils coming out. He will remember this experience for a long time. I hope he gets feeling better soon.

Anonymous said...

The story is that it was when he fell off his bike. But he will be telling his friends at school "yeah, but you should have seen what happened to the other guy." (just a male thing)

-Den/Grandpa

Richard said...

News to share? I heard the twins are both expecting triplets!! How exciting.

Jill said...

No sorry Richard, you guessed wrong. Try again.

thefivejennes.blogspot.com said...

Are they the new contributors on Studio 5? :)

Sharon said...

My goodness! I didn't know that you are the mother to those famous and talented girls!

Grandma Honey said...

Natalie~ They've already done that. This is something different :)

Sharon~ Actually I have been married to their father for the past 11 years.

Kris said...

I love those pictures of Robbie! Through it all, this has been one tough kiddo...with a smile on his face...mostly. :)

I can't wait to share the news either!

Anonymous said...

REALLY SORRY to read about poor Robbie though! Poor boy! How are things going with school? Is he able to attend? I can't get over his sweet smiling face, while lying in bed with a broken leg and an ice pack on him!
And I can't wait to read your good news! You sounded much like me, good news to tell but need the 'OKAY' to go ahead!

Eileen