"You are going to have to wrap your legs around her," the doctor said matter-of-factly. He was so calm and acted as if this occurs in his office every day.
"Okay." Quickly I began to think how I was going to do this with a 5 year old in my lap and sitting in a small chair at the ophthalmologists.
I lifted my left leg wrapped it around her lower body, pushed her arms down with mine and tucked my foot behind my right leg.
I took a deep breath and prayed, "Dear Lord, let him have a speedy dripper!"
Emma's wailing. My heart is pounding so hard. My cheeks feel as if they are flaming.
"Done! I've never seen a kid who had such strong eye lids," he said with a smile.
I giggled and Emma said, "Bye!"
Should I tell her now that we will be back in 20 minutes after her eyes are dilated?