Saturday, 8 May 2010

What do you get if you take... little miss Daisy

And one plastic Ogglie eye?
10 hours in hospital and 1cm x 1cm ogglie eye removed from nose is what you get lol
Yes our little miss Daisy pushed said item up her nose the night of my pampered chef hen night, at about 7.15pm 45 minutes before all my friends arrived, great timing argh!
Thankfully Mr cupcakes had only just popped out to move the car off the drive and came back to screaming Daisy and very stressed me. I'd had a look up her nose and there was no way i was getting it out and didn't really want to have a go, for safety reasons.
So after being wrapped up in her dressing gown, off she went to A&E and my party went ahead.
A couple of hours later, she returned with ogglie eye still firmly in place, sigh! they could get it out.
So booked her an appointment for the next morning back in the children's ward, so we arrived for 9'o clock and two doctors later and lots of tears still no ogglie eye.
The decision was made to put her to sleep, not something I'd like to go through again i can tell you. It left us feeling worried and helpless. But it worked and we now had said ogglie eye in a tester pot as a keep sake lol
Brave Daisy came round a little drunk and very hungry and thirsty. Bless her after being nil by mouth for over 9 hours due to no one telling us not to give her breakfast at 7.30am in case they needed to put her to sleep (sigh!). She waffled down 3 lots of juice, marmalade on toast, cheese sandwich, monster munch crisps and chocolate biscuits lol we've never seen her eat so much.
And after they'd taken her blood pressure a few more times and removed the needle from the back of her hand ouch! we could bring her home.
Yeay! no more ogglies up Daisy's nose. We're hoping it has scared her enough never to do something as silly as this ever again.
And please note any naughty Ogglies hiding in the cupcakes room have been found and turned out, never to be pushed up any noses ever again LOL
I want to say a big thank you to my very good friend Carol for taking care of Molly while all of this happened. You are a true friend, big hugs honey xoxo


Anonymous said...

As if you didn't already have enough going on?!Glad all's well now.xx

Rachel M said...

Goodness me! I'm glad she's ok now! XxX

Musings Of A Gem said...

What a story! Atleast she is fine now..!

Gemma X

Vintage Amethyst said...

Aahhh bless her. So glad to hear that she is ok, what a long time of worry though.
Hope you are having a lovely weekend

Tracy x said...

little miss daisy!!!!
we are very, very glad that you are o.k but the whippets would like to ask you not to stick anything else up your nose as they do not like to think of you in hospital... they would rather think of you being at home having lots of fun with molly :)
we are all sending you many, many hugs and kisses

bekimarie said...

You'll laugh about it one day :)
Glad she's OK and what a brave little cupcake.

Beki xxx

Kathy said...

Oh dear what a nightmare!!! I'm glad everything was fine in the end.

My daughter sniffed a stone with similar results two days after her baby brother was born - my parents had to take her to the hospital, where it was eventually retrieved, thankfully faster than your little girl's! She's 23 now, and still doesn't like to talk about it!!!!
Love Kathy xxx

Country Cottage Chic said...

Oh dear - poor little thing!

My darling boy stuck a popcorn pip in his ear when he was about two - luckily they managed to get it out at the doctor's surgery but he was not a happy bunny!


Garden Girl said...

Oh Christ Almightly, that's just what you needed!
So glad calm has been restored now though!
Thanks for your message, we will defo catch up soon honey xx

TheMadHouse said...

Oh my, how worrying. I have never heart of them, but do worry about the boys and little items. I am glad that you are all OK

Kissed by an Angel said...

I hate stuff like that!! i'm sure kids are programmed to scare their parents to death!!! Glad she's ok now!!

Ali said...

Oh gosh - hope you are laughing about it soon x

Miss Sew & So said...

oh my gosh- you poor awful...little gal- so brave....ok no more random bits up any noses for a month in your house....

melissa x

Jackie said...

What a worrying time for you - glad to hear all is well now - hopefully Miss Cupcake won't do it again! x

Rubyred said...

Oh dear, so pleased all is well now!
My daughter did this when she was 6 with an earplug! Luckily we managed to get it out ourseves using a pair of small pliers and a lamp! I shone the lamp up her nose and the hubby did the surgery! We still remind her now! Even though she's 20!
Rachel x

Pea Green Kitty said...

Oh poor Daisy, and poor you having to sit clock watching whilst she is under her anesthetic.
Im a childrens nurse and we do see some rather odd things pushed up noses, in ears and infact in every available orifice (ahem!.
I have seen Barbie shoes removed from little boys noses before now!

madmummy said...

Oh my goodness!! What a little pickle! Hope calm has been restored in your house and all the plans are going smoothly!! We are only now getting back to normal, although struggling to get time online as my laptop has a virus :0(
x Steph

Pixiedust said...

Thanks for organising a great swap. My goodies from Vintage Girl arrived on Monday, and they are lovely, pics on my blog. xxx Pixie xxx

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