13 March 2011

Silent Sunday - Poor Logan

I know this is meant to be Silent Sunday but I thought I better explain the photo. Poor Logan managed to grab a cup of hot coffee from the kitchen worktop yesterday and spilled it over himself. We didn't even know he was tall enough to reach the kitchen worktops so it came as a massive shock! We sprung into action and had him under the cold tap and then straight into a freezing cold bath to soothe the burns and stop it from getting worse. The ambulance arrived and whisked us away at break neck speed. Luckily he only got a few blisters and some red patches and a tiny bit of skin peeled off on his chest. He has bandages on his chest and his left arm just to keep the burns from being infected but it could have been a lot worse. We have definitely learned a big lesson from this and anything on the kitchen worktops will be pushed right to the back where Logan cannot reach it.

So please learn from our mistakes. Logan is so fast now that he is walking and accidents can happen in a split second. It's very scary and we're lucky his burns aren't that bad. Logan seems fine though and is taking it all in his stride. You wouldn't think anything was wrong. He's running around playing with his toys and laughing like mad at the TV. He will have his bandages changed on Tuesday so we'll get to see how things are then. Fingers crossed.

Silent Sunday

5 comments on "Silent Sunday - Poor Logan"

Inside the Wendy House on 13 March 2011 at 19:51 said...

Poor Logan...I hope he is all healed soon. xxx

Helen on 13 March 2011 at 22:49 said...

It's an awful experience. I told you bout when I dropped a kettle filled with boiling water on myself as a toddler. Because of this it's why caravan hobs now come with a safety bar so little ones can't do what I did.

Best wishes to you all and hugs and kisses for Logan! <3 xxx

overthehillmum on 16 March 2011 at 11:24 said...

Oh no poor baby. Hope he's feeling a bit better x

Vickie Ford on 17 March 2011 at 14:52 said...

Poor Poor Logan I hope he is feeling better.

Mumofthreeboys on 8 April 2012 at 21:39 said...

Poor little thing, he looks a bit like my little Oliver. Thank you for commenting on my post. It is a very similar experience to ours, Oliver has blisters but also half of his wrist has raw skin, we acted quickly and I daren't think how his little hands would be if we didn't. While holding his hands in the cold water we noticed pretty quickly how his skin had peeled away that's when we knew how bad it was. I'm glad Logan is better now and I'm sure my baby will be the same, he has forgotten already what has happened for me it will take some time x x

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