I love Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. We've been several times (asthma x-rays for Caleb, stitches for Joshua, suspected broken wrist for Caleb (thankfully just sprained), and now for Liesie. We've never had to wait more than 10 minutes, and you're in and out. Liesie had calmed down by the time we got there, so I was half thinking of just going home. The nurse came and did her assessment and gave Liesie some Motrin for the pain. The doctor came in and had her do the same things I did at the park. She did those pretty well, and by now I'm sure they were thinking I was just one of those overprotective mothers. Still, they decided to x-ray her just to make sure. Back in the room, the doctor came in and said she did have a minor collarbone fracture. They discussed what kind of splint they wanted for her, and decided on just splinting and wrapping, instead of the foam harness I had when I fell out of bed (also at age 5) and broke my collarbone.
Liesie took it all in stride (the extra attention didn't hurt any). It didn't slow her down any, either. She was climbing all over the place and running around the next day.
When the kids came home from school, she was showered with more attention and accessorized with a flower and a yard flag:
She was supposed to stay wrapped up for 3 weeks. After the first week, she started unwrapping herself after she went to bed. Then she started unwrapping herself during the day when I wasn't looking. She swears that unwrapping healed her. I kept her from using it as much as I could, and she's as good as new.