Sunday, February 8, 2009

Crazy Burrito

Reese really enjoyed his burrito, but do you see all the crazy holes. He does not want to eat from the end as one would typically eat a burrito. He insists on eating from the side.I held it and showed him how to bite from the end, but he went right back to his side eating.
He likes to eat his sandwiches crust side first too. But I guess I shouldn't complain. Today is the first day he ate normal sized portions at every meal since his sickness started last Wednesday. I didn't really comment on that I don't think: Wednesday he had a fever of 103.7
I called the pediatrician's office to see if we should do tylenol and fluid or do we need to come in. Of course we had to go in so they could take my $30 and say tylenol and fluids!!! Wednesday and Thursday he was feverish all day and clung to me on the couch and dozed off and on. Friday he had a lower fever, but played and obviously felt better with the tylenol/ibuprofen cocktail. Saturday the snot started. Sat/Sun/Mon he sneezed 2 giant gushers of snot all day, you know through each nostril with each and every sneeze. Tues/Wed/Thurs he just had runny nose and coughing, no fever or gushers. Saturday I thought the snot may be over, but not yet and today still a little runny. UGH! But neither Kyle or I caught the bug. Yippee!

1 comment:

MaggieBrown said...

Sneezes, coughs, runny noses, spills, and messes are facts of everyday life with children. And that’s why it’s never too soon to teach little ones about germs and ways to stay clean and healthy. There is a mom-invented, safe and drug-free program out called Germy Wormy Germ Awareness for Germ Transportation Vehicles ages 2- 7. Check it out!

Give kids a PLACE to give their germs to – instead of you!