Poor little girl! We went to house of bounce yesterday, it still was so much fun, and while Jetta was bouncing off a blow up ramp she lost her balance and fell onto the floor. She cried and said that her foot hurt but it did not look like a big fall. She didn't want to play anymore so I just held her while Henry finished getting his energy out. We left shortly after and I took the kids home for lunch and to give Jetta a nap. She wouldn't walk on her foot but I just thought it was a little drama. :-) After her nap she woke up crying that her foot still hurt. I put her on the couch and turned on a movie thinking that would last for about 5 min, she is quite the active little girl. She stayed on the couch all afternoon and all evening. I went to make dinner and heard her scream and turned around thinking that Henry maybe took a toy from her but she had tried to get off the couch and was crumpled on the floor. When Dave got home we decided to take her to After Hours to have her looked at. Henry asked to go to Rachel's (thank you, thank you, thank you) because he did not want to go see the doctor. We took her in and they took x-rays and found nothing but said they would send it to the radiologist. We took her home, got popsicles (thank you mom for the suggestion), and relaxed until bed time. The next day she was still limping and saying her foot hurt. Finally we got a call from the doctor and sure enough there was a break. I was small and will heal with out a cast but it will take 3 weeks to a month to heal and she will be in some pain for a few days. The doctor said that if she still was walking funny in a few days we might want to think about a cast just to take the pressure off. We currently just need to make her comfortable. As you can see from the pics she is in good spirits as long as she has toys, sunglasses, popsicles (again thank you mom), and a movie. Poor little girl! We have images of her x-rays but can't get them to upload. If we do we will post.