It all started with me getting a fever virus a few weeks ago. It was so bad that I nearly fainted at the doctor's office. Then both babies caught colds, which led to the first round of ear infections for both (Caroline ran a scary 103 fever). Then I was lucky enough to catch pink eye right before I went out-of-town for a speech conference. Awesome. Glasses + no eye makeup + professional event = confidence. Right? :) So while I was at the conference, I came down with another ridiculous fever virus, only to pass it along to Will. So not only does he catch my virus, he gets ANOTHER ear infection, and the doctor said he also had a secondary infection--more than likely RSV (which landed us our first ER visit because he was wheezing so bad). He is doing much better now on antibiotics, but we still aren't through it yet. Caroline has a lingering cold that I'm suspecting is going to lead to her second round of ear infections--we're going to the doctor AGAIN if it isn't better tomorrow--and all three of us (Will, Caroline, me) have a annoying chest cough/congestion/runny nose that we just can't shake. I'm praying that it will go away & it's not just "seasonal allergies". I've never had allergies before, but I've heard of them developing after pregnancy. Crossing my fingers that we don't have an entire Spring filled with Kleenex & Claritin.
So that's how we spent our Spring Break around here--pretty sad, huh? We are back to school/work tomorrow, so let's hope we bounce back quickly!!
|Even when she's sick, her little smile melts my heart|
|She's not quite sure what to think about her first time in the Exersaucer|
|Of course, big brother had to get in on the action|
|He's always wanting to give "C-C" some love--hence, the never ending cold being passed between the two. And he's so fast! I've done my best trying to keep them apart, but it's pretty much impossible when he loves his sister this much.|
|Someone is starting to feel better!|
|He loved our pretend "beach" for spring break :)|
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