Have you seen my knee?
This feels really serious.
You keep telling me I scratched my knee when I fell on the driveway but I don’t think I believe you. I think I can remember falling, but I don’t remember crying. Surely I would’ve been howling in pain from such an injury.
Do you think my knee just spontaneously opened up? Does that happen? Oh my god that sounds deadly. Are all my organs going to start falling out?
Mummy, look at it.
Mummy, my knee.
Mummy, will this wound be here forever? It feels like it has been there forever and yet it is so new and different I find it hard to comprehend. How does this happen? My knee was fine and now it’s not. Why do our bodies change like this? How does my blood just come out of my body like this? This doesn’t feel normal AT ALL.
Mummy, please look at my knee.
Mummy, does Nanny know about my knee? I feel like we should start informing the family. Grandpa will be awfully upset. Make sure Nanny is holding his hand when he finds out.
Oh God, my poor baby cousin. She’s too young to lose someone in the family. This is not fair.
Mummy, can you please google ‘Gangrene’?
MUMMY!!!! QUICK!!!! LOOK!!!!
Mummy, I can’t help but notice you have a pimple on your cheek. And daddy has a mole on his chin. Why are we all so flawed? Is it genetic? This world is cruel. We are good people. We don’t deserve this.
Mummy, it has been days and you haven’t taken me to the emergency room. I believe that’s called neglect. I clearly need medical attention. Watching Greys Anatomy doesn’t make you a doctor. You are not qualified to tell me I don’t need stitches. This is a gaping wound. Stop calling it a scratch. Let’s leave it to the professionals, ok?
Although…. have they ever done an episode on staph? Did it look like this?
Mumumumum LOOOOK MY KNEEEEEEE!
Mummy, you need to put this on your blog. Ask your readers if they’ve ever seen anything this serious before. Ask them if their children have ever survived such a serious injury.
Mummy, have you seen my knee?
LOOK AT IT.
Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? Mummy? My knee Mummy. Have you seen it?