OK onto today's topic. The reality of injections.
We a box of medicine delivered to the house that needs to be signed for then gone through immediately.
Don't be frightened. The big needles are just for transferring liquid and mixing medicine. I only deal with the small needles. The ones that go in the belly. Also known as subcutaneous injections. These in particular are for the trigger shots.
Like I said it needs to be refrigerated so I keep on what I declared months ago as the baby's shelf in the fridge. It's where all of Bear's food, formula and teething toys area. It was only upon posting this pic here that I realized they were on top of the eggs. Hehe, how very fitting. I swear this was not intentional. It was just the only flat place where I didn't have to worry about it getting crushed.
So basically it's presence isn't as bad as one thinks. I don't have boxes of this crap laying around and don't even use the injection more than 1 time a day for however many days (typically 3-5 days) that the doctor tells me to. Over all while injections suck in general, I try to remember that the ends justify the means. Just don't ask me about that shortly after I get one ;)