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I'm sorry, honey. Mommy is a nurse...

  1. I'm sorry, honey.  Mommy is a nurse... - Image ID: 13093
  2. 27 How many of you nurses have told your kids this? LOL.
    Last edit by Joe V on Nov 19, '13
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  3. 47 Comments

  4. Visit  BSNbeDONE profile page
    #1 9
    Stop listening in on my private conversations!!!!
  5. Visit  Esme12 profile page
    #2 14
    My favorite motto.....Blood doesn't matter if there isn't any bones showin! brush it off move on!
  6. Visit  Been there,done that profile page
    #3 2
    My sons know this very well
  7. Visit  Spidey's mom profile page
    #4 2
    That is definitely me!
  8. Visit  somo881 profile page
    #5 0
    you save some money too
  9. Visit  dansamy profile page
    #6 6
    I tell my kids not to bother me unless it's a LOT of blood, you can see the bone OR somebody isn't breathing.

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  10. Visit  prmenrs profile page
    #7 4
    Single mother + special needs kid. Sometimes, I had to decide whether to be the nurse or the mother. Since I was the only person who could be the mom, I often chose mom. I did put on my 'nurse' when dealing w/docs, etc., but I tried to focus on him when he needed me.
  11. Visit  anotherone profile page
    #8 6
    Aren't any if you the opposite? Every ache might be an osteosarcoma? back pain some spinal abcess? I see more pts who ignored tiny stuff and it was actually the start of something huge than the opposite
  12. Visit  KelRN215 profile page
    #9 2
    Quote from anotherone
    Aren't any if you the opposite? Every ache might be an osteosarcoma? back pain some spinal abcess? I see more pts who ignored tiny stuff and it was actually the start of something huge than the opposite
    Were I a parent I would probably be a little like this... especially working in pediatric oncology where I've seen things as simple as a limp really be leukemia.
  13. Visit  Mandychelle79 profile page
    #10 0
    Last night my son "popped" his knee at football. I came home, looked at it, ROM on it ( some pain), swelling. So we medicated, rested. This morning I was debating whether to take him or not... We ended up going when I noticed how much of an issue he was having... Sprained knee ( which was what I thought), most likely the MCL.
  14. Visit  MommyandRN profile page
    #11 1
    I'm actually the opposite. I am sometimes paranoid and worry too much that it's leukemia, food allergy etc. Or just I know they could use some antibiotics so I bring them when I know they need them... not on death's door, no, but just aware they need antibiotics.
  15. Visit  Kidrn911 profile page
    #12 3
    Quote from Esme12
    My favorite motto.....Blood doesn't matter if there isn't any bones showin! brush it off move on!
    Yeah that is what I said, unfortunately for my 12 yr old daughter, kept complaining her hip hurt, I ignored her and told her to stop whining and continue running, she was in track and field.I made her run on a broken "chipped" hip for 3 weeks. We ended up in PT for the summer. Who would of thought a healthy teenager with no history of trauma would have a broken hip?

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