Poor Princess C. She periodically gets a condition known as Nursemaid's Elbow. We first heard of it shortly after her first birthday. We were trying to teach her to walk, when she suddenly just dropped to the floor and started crying. It was fairly late at night so we assumed she was just tired and done with attempting to walk. A couple hours later though, she was still crying. King and I decided something more than just being tired was wrong, so we took her into the ER. A few questions, a little twist of her arm, and she was all better.
Well, once again today (and it's happened many times in between), I grabbed her arm and *pop*, I knew I pulled her elbow out again. I really didn't want to make a trip to the ER if it wasn't needed, so I did just what I'd seen many doctors do. A few seconds later and she was happy again, and eating a bowl of ice cream (thanks Liz!).
Despite how common I'm told it is, most people I talk to have not heard of this. So here is a little run down from kidshealth.org