Sunday, July 6, 2008

Weekend Clinics

It's sad when they recognize you there. Thankfully they have them though and we don't have to sit in the ER all day and night. I took Junior in today and they decided to give him a shot of antibiotics. They said it was super strong and should knock out everything, but we have to follow up tomorrow with the doctor to see if they want to give him a second shot. Poor baby.

While we were at the clinic they convinced me to get seen and I walked out of there on antibiotics after having a chest xray. Hopefully I start feeling better since I have finals this week!

Yesterday we were at the store and I had Junior in the ergo. He was fussy so I was kind of bobbing around and some strange woman walked up to me and told me "I bet your husband likes you moving up and down like that!" What the heck? And this random stranger felt it necessary to share this with me for what reason??

Em leaves on Tuesday for the UK on her big trip. She is so excited and I can't wait to hear all about it although I will miss her terribly. I'm sure Abs will keep things interesting though.

And I know I have a 2 year old since every other word he says is no, no, no, no, no, no. Sometimes I have him repeat after me and we just say yes over and over again for a change of pace.

Back to the grind....


Uncle Dan said...

It will be great to see what Em. says upon getting back from the UK.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad they convinced you to be seen. Take all of the antibiotics until the end- no skipping any doses or stopping early!

Oh, and about the random stranger, at least it wasn't a random male stranger :)

stormykrista said...

Oh My!!! how random a comment to make to a stranger!!!!!

I hope that they get those tubes in soon.

Tiff said...

I hope your feeling better today!

Kasey said...

I hope you all feel better!

My 2 year old recently started saying no all the time. It is getting old. I think I am ready for him to go back to saying Uh Oh! all the time again.

T said...

Poor baby... do you think it could be he's allergic to something? I know I noticed that with my first child when she had recurring ear infections. Turns out she was allergic to oats. Once I laid off the Cheerios, her nose stopped running and the infections stopped.

My boys are Army Brats said...

I can't believe a strange lady would just walk up and say that to you! Wow people sure can be bold!

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