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Category Archives: Sniffles & Seizures
The main problem with being sick on New Year’s Day is that people don’t believe you. They just assume you are “New Year’s Eve Sick”. I was sick, and it was not New Year’s Eve style sick but a real … Continue reading
It has been a long time since Cody and Carter liked Thomas the Train but the expression “confusion and delay” has continued on as part of our household vernacular. On the Island of Sodor, whenever there was a mix up … Continue reading
The scans came back normal. So did the X-rays. After talk of keeping him overnight, he was released and Husband came home with Cody a bit before 11 last night. This means Cody’s shunt is fine and we are not … Continue reading
Today Husband and I both took the day off work to attend a Celebration of Life for my Husband’s uncle, Reynold. He passed away last Monday and is greatly missed by many people. There was a small family-only celebration/service over … Continue reading
A lime green Otter Pop, a cup of Earl Gray tea, and a fever of 101+ – not how I envisioned Pie Day. This morning Cody and Carter got up before us like any other typical weekend day. With a … Continue reading
Tomorrow I start my last week of full time student teaching. I can’t believe how quickly it has gone by. I am trying not to panic as I job search, fill out very time consuming on-line applications to districts without … Continue reading
We spend the better part of yesterday evening in the Emergency Room at Children’s Hospital. Cody had been complaining of a headache that would disappear when he laid down but would come back in full force when he would stand … Continue reading
What is your “go to” activity when you are running a fever and have an awful cough? My activity, if you can call it an activity, is to lay in bed and alternate between reading a book and napping. Sometimes … Continue reading
Mid winter break started out with Carter’s hacking cough turning into a low grade fever. It only stuck around for a day but that day was long enough for him to pass it on to Cody. As some of you … Continue reading