As I mentioned in the previous entry, from the beginning of our Second Great Road Trip, I had been suffering a bit in my sinuses and chest. I chalked it up to allergies.
But the evening we got back to my Nan’s after visiting the ranch, I developed a high fever.
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Ludi has a runny nose, and had a slight fever. This certainly isn’t as bad as some other bouts we’ve had over the years. But it’s amazing how just a little sick goes a loooooooong way with these girls.
Well, I’ve been a bit under the weather since last Friday, so I’ve been away from the computer more than usual. I have some stuff I wanted to post, but just haven’t had the time/endurance to do it. Ludi seems to be teething, so she has been a bit fussy since yesterday, and Jadzia had a weird episode last night. Not sure if she was imitating Ludi/me, or genuinely not feeling well. Today she seems fine.
In any event, I do think I’m feeling better, and so hopefully we can enjoy these last 3 days of “baby vacation” before I head back to work.
Yoli has been doing well, but obviously has a ton on her plate. Josie is nursing well and growing more beautiful all the time. She has given us 1-2 hours of screaming the last 2 nights, but after those periods has slept much better.
The last few days Jadzia has been getting sick. She’s had trouble sleeping, calling us at various times through the night. She isn’t really running a fever, but she has a runny nose and a cough, and she isn’t herself.
She still seemed excited about going to the FamilyWise service this morning. We thought we’d take her to that, but not take to her regular children’s ministry class where she would be handling toys and playing closely with other kids.
But just as we were suiting up to leave, Jadzia decided she no longer wanted to go. So we ended up staying home from church. She spent the next several hours laying on the couch, moving in and out of sleep, listening to Christmas music and Bible readings.
It’s always tough to watch the girls be sick. We want them to heal up soon … and we also want to make sure they don’t infect each other or us.
There may be one bright side out of all this, at least for Ludi: She’s been totally free the last two days. Free to run around without her older sister bossing her, taking toys from her, pushing her, etc, etc. She seems pretty happy about it, too.