If at all possible, I prefer to limit the time spent in hospitals to a maximum of once a month if not less FAR LESS! That said:
1. No concurrent hospital stays this includes but is not limited to concurrent hospital stays at different hospitals.
2. Concurrent ER visits will be permitted as long as both patients go in and are released at approximately the same time.
3. No back to back hospital stays.
4. Once again this includes ER visits.
5. If the monthly ER visit has been used, you are to refrain from any activity that will likely result in another ER visit if continued. This includes but is not limited to: dancing on the slide that is 8 ft above concrete, encouraging balls to be thrown at you while you ride a bike to see if they can cause you to crash, running around the edge of the jagged pool walls, trying to see how long you can stand on the raft that is by the jagged pool edge, etc....
6. The mom of this household reserves the right to add to this list or further clarify as she deems necessary especially as the the males try to see how far she can go without sleep!
BTW! Do you realize how much sleep you lose when you are at the ER or hospital? (ALL NIGHT LONG!!) I do!! The mom/wife loses even more because she has to be coherent enough at all times to answer all random questions placed to her about the cause of said condition/accident and digest any randomly generated information the medical personal is willing to give or insinuate by action or inaction!