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My little man broke his foot. Running and playing outside. Gabby for some reason decided to push him. When she did, he fell. The way he landed it broke. Since Mason is as tall as I am its hard to carry him. He had to go to the doctor to get an x-ray. So my step dad had a walker from his knee surgery he loaned us. It was quite a sight seeing him with this walker that you see older people using. When we went to the orthopedic doctor for his cast. The doctors office is by a big hospital. We had to walk a distance to get to the office. Mason on his walker with wheels and two tennise balls on the end. We were getting all kind of looks. Really I just wish people would have said what happened? Instead of staring. When we finally got to the office and trying to get through the door with this walker of course we can not do anything quietly. Making all kind of noise we drew even more attention to ourselves. The ladies in the front office and the nurse. The looks on there faces. I wish I had my camera. I am guessing this was a new one for them.

We got back to see the doctor and he put a boot cast on Mason. Not noticing when we left the house. Mason did not put on a shoe or sock on his good foot. The doctor pointed out, you really need to wear a shoe on your other foot. I looked and wanted to crawl under something. His foot on the bottom was all dirty from walking. Now I know why we were getting all the looks. Besides him using a walker. People were probably thinking awww. Poor folks they cant afford a pair of shoes.

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