Tuesday, August 25, 2009

That's Just Sick

Well I'm behind again in the blogging, but illness has descended upon the family so that's my excuse. This is Sabrina's second cold since starting daycare a month ago, and she's shared it with Those Two Daddies this time. We do think some of the nose running is related to teething, as she does have on again off again gum pain. So far there's no fever, but I just hate listening to her stuffiness as she tries to get a good night's sleep. It started Friday and seems like it might be a little better today. At any rate it can't last much longer. I have to give her credit, she still smiles and coos even when she's sick but she is more on the subdued side. There's some mild crankiness, but we're still greeted by waving arms and a smiling face when she sees us come to her crib in the morning.

On a side note, I've been interviewed for a story in the Echo, our local gay magazine, about adoption. It should hit the stands in a week or two, and I'll post a link when it does.


Rhonda and Gerry W said...

Thinking of you both and greetings from Mumbai.

Can't wait to read your article in the magazine. You are STARS!

P.S today is the big day!!!!

hugs to all, (not too close we don't want to get sick)

C.I.W. said...

Kids in daycare are like petri dishes.. minus the giant q-tip to swirl the germs around...

She still sounds like an angel...

Keep us updated on the article!


Michelle said...

Congrats on the article.
And teething....yeah. It gets MUCH worse. Be warned! lol!

mommy3 said...

Teething and daycare, gotta love the symptoms. My three always ran a fever, got stuffy and sometimes puked when they teethed -- yuck. They do handle the teething better after one, but that's a while yet. Consider Hyland's Teething Tabs (have a little BellaDonna in them) -- you can get it in many drug stores now; my 3 liked this better than the numbing stuff. . . and can't wait to read the article!

Wendy said...

Awe, sorry for the germies and ickies.
But, on the upside, the repeated exposure should help to strengthen her immune system over time ...?
Good luck playing Doctor Daddy :)