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Day 2

November 2, 2010

I was going to try and actually do something interesting to post about, but Alastair is home sick so instead I’ll share a picture of him asleep on the couch:

He almost never falls asleep during the day – it’s a sure sign he’s not well. That and the fact he feels like I could fry an egg on his forehead. I did manage to find a thermometer and take his temperature on Sunday evening: 39.4 degrees. I haven’t treated it because he isn’t actually acting very unwell, and isn’t complaining of pain. So I will let the fever do its work. That and I think I threw out our bottle of children’s Nurofen because it expired: that’s how little we use it. Obviously I’d go and buy some if he needed it, and luckily for me there’s a 24-hour chemist 10 minutes down the road.

Half of me is a little concerned it may be chicken pox. We had a suspected case at kindy the week before last, apparently it is hard to diagnose in a vaccinated child (as the child in question is) because it presents differently. None of my children are vaccinated for chicken pox, so we’ll see. I keep checking his back and tummy for spots.

Here’s a cute one of Evie, she was wearing her Hallowe’en costume, but you can’t really see it. I made her ladybug wings that just go on like a cape – red velour from my stash, with black spots from scraps of the skirt I cut down for Emma’s costume. Then she just wore red and black clothes. She was eating a dog bone meringue at our local bakery.

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  1. November 2, 2010 4:04 am

    oooh, poor little guy :SHope he fights it off and it stays not bothering him.Need to catch up again soonxxx

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