Well for me I haven't really experience a lot of broken bones or childhood injuries. In my whole 44 years of life I've had just one broken bone. In which I will tell you about that and you will be amazed.
I was about 13 years old and I joined the softball team. In which I liked somewhat, but I stuck it out. Well my dad wanted to practice with me in our yard. Well we were throwing the ball back and forth to practice. Well my dad threw me the ball, it didn't look like it was going fast at all. So I caught the ball with my bare hand, not the one with the glove. Just don't ask me why, I still don't know to this day. Well I know the ball bump my pinky finger. It didn't really hurt so I thought nothing of it. Well let me tell you the next morning it was so swollen and pointing outward. My mom brought me to the doctors and come to find out my finger was broken. My dad felt so bad. He never practiced with me again. Well I had to have surgery on it and get it placed.
The next thing I am going to tell you is about after the surgery. Well the doctor left my finger pinned down to long. So with all the physical therapy it would not straighten back out. So needless to say my parents found a new doctor. Well long story short, he had to re-break the finger to operate again.
So that was the only injury I have had throughout my life. I think I am doing very good. I do have kidney failure but it was from a injury or anything.