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December 18, 2006

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Lady M

It's always a tossup when the kids are mildly sick . . . better to see the doctor and make sure it's not serious? Or catch something new at the doctor's office?!

Colleen

What a bummer. Hope the day gets better. It's definitely a Monday over here too as I hear Delaney crying after only an hour's nap. UGH.

Kate

When are kids going to get the message that this sick stuff just doesn't coincide with our lives??

Hang in there!

mayberry

Damn. And he'll probably fall asleep in the car on the way home and screw you out of a nap (at least that's the way I'd feel if it happened to me).

Suzanne

You'd think that a pediatrician's office might be one place where a small child acting like a small child wouldn't be given the hairy eyeball. Hmphh.

Here's hoping it's not pink eye.

Michelle

Lovely lovely. What a fun thing for a Monday morning. Good luck.

Mrs. Chicky

I am so sorry. I had pink eye earlier this year and it sucked. I cannot imagine what it will be like to put that goo in a toddler's eye. May I recommend Benadryl?

mamacita tina

Hope it's not pink eye, poor fella. Ian had pink eye on his 2nd birthday, he looks terrible in all the pictures.

The receptionist needs to take a chill pill!

nonlineargirl

I just assume that anything my daughter gets I will soon have too. You may have the willpower to not rub your eyes, but your son will surely want to jab them a couple of times during the course of the day.

Jenifer

I think every toddler gets a case of pink eye at one point or another. My daughter had it when she was about a year and a half. I still have no idea where it came from, probably a shopping cart or something. ANyhoo..... we had great fun, the doctor prescribes erythromycin eye ointment, which she turned out being allergic to and it got like 10x worse! It was horrible~!

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