Rather incredibly it looks as though the next to reach the 'No dressing' stage will be the 'Hole' wound that has gone through an incredible transformation. Click here to see what it was like when we first got to see it around April 22nd. The incident happened on April 6th.
The 'Impact' wound, (Above) which seemingly is the most superfiical is the one that is in the worst state simply because this was hidden beneath the plater cast for several weeks before it was revealed. This one once the scab is off will heal up very fast we're told, but it's proving to be a tough old scab and the last bit is still very well attached.
Other developments in the week have included Joe now getting up the stairs using his crutches standing up. He also moves around without the crutches holding on to furniture. Overall he's doing well and is in good spirits. He's missing out on things - I would say cricket, but as we're in what's beginning to look like the worst ever start to a summer in the last 50 years or so, there hasn't been much cricket - practice or matches! But on Monday he was due to go to Chessington World of adventures with all his mates, but obviously can't go, so I'm going to have to stay at home and look after him on Monday.