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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Hump Day.

We're home today.

H, has somehow gotten tonsillitis. With a fever of 103 degrees last night and a fussy couple hours I knew something wasn't quite right so to Urgent Care we went. (I was beginning to forget what it was like to go and sit at Urgent Care, it's been so long.)

Naturally as soon as we arrived at the clinic, my child acted as though I was crazy and he was totally well. Laughing at the receptionist. Smiling at the aquarium. Trying to get away from me and run and play.

By the time we got into the exam room I began to wonder if maybe I really was crazy. H was a different child.

The nurse checked him out quickly and took down his stats the whole while mentioning that he seemed fine to her and if anything, might have a virus.

A doctor came in and looked him over quickly and said that his guess is that the strep test would come back negative and that it's a virus.

Again reminding me that if he was really sick I'd know because he wouldn't be "happy".

Another doctor came in (remember this is Urgent Care) looked at his ears, listened to him breath and then did a second throat culture.

Then he had me hold him down so he could have a really good look at his throat.

Right away he could tell H had tonsillitis.

So we made a late night trip to the pharmacy and picked up his five days of meds and came home.
So today we'll be resting and relaxing at home. Though his spirits are normal and his energy level remains at CONSTANT, it's still good to rest.
We missed our second week of MOPS today because I really could not go in good conscience knowing he's sick. And truth be told I was disappointed, I was actually looking forward to it.
We also won't be seeing my mom until Saturday since the doctor said that even though H shouldn't be contagious anymore, she should not be exposed to H for three full days. But Saturday is fine by's a big day, my parents are renewing their vows! More on that later I'm sure!
So you be the judge, here's a peak at H today, he looks so sickly doesn't he? All kidding aside, the meds he's on is miracle meds. He's feeling much better!
Miss M. was quite pokey this morning and missed the bus. Though she was disappointed about not getting to see her 'new' friend Stephanie, ironically enough Stephanie missed the bus too and her mom and I parked right next to each other and both girls were able to go into school together. How's that for happy endings?

Have I ever told you that H puts his shoes on right when he wakes up in the morning? Yes, it's true. My child is on the go, ALL THE TIME.

Enjoying a drinkable yogurt. His favorite treat and meal of preference today.

And yes, it's 11am and H is still in only a onesie and I'm still in my pajamas too. I've decided since it's just going to be one of those days why bother.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry to here H. isn't feeling well.He;ll be up and running in know time.
It's aways nice just to have a day to do nothing,
M Happy you had a happy ending at school with your friend S.
See you all this weekend.
Love you
Auntie L.

October 3, 2007 at 8:38 PM  
Blogger melissa said...

oy vey. get well soon, h!

October 4, 2007 at 12:18 PM  
Blogger The Lindahl News said...

Good for you for staying in your PJ's too! Hopefully H is back to his ol' self by the time you read this comment.

October 4, 2007 at 6:20 PM  
Blogger ann-marie said...

i hope h feels better soon!

love the pic of his with his crocs on. every kid i know under the age of 5 wears their crocs backwards! :D

October 4, 2007 at 10:12 PM  

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