Sunday, September 23, 2012

First sickie of the season : FSGS Sucks

For the past few days I felt that something was "off".  My eyes and legs were puffier than normal, and I was just getting sloooooowwwww.  And then I woke up Saturday morning and felt like I had swallowed sand, which eventually progressed to razor blades.  Awesome.  LOVE daycare.

I knew it was coming...Izzy's been a little snotball all week, so I'm amazed I made it this long.  We probably did a SUPER stupid thing yesterday, though.  I was feeling, well, awful, but we needed to go shopping for Izzy to get her some warmer clothes and boots.  Izzy was a trooper, but even I was exhausted at the end of the day.  To reward her for being good, we let her go to the place where all germs gather for a parade....the all play area.  Oh yes, my friends, we braved the screaming, snotty, bare-footed kids in order to give Izzy a few moments of bliss in a rather boring day for her.  Once we sat down, I looked at Joacim and told him that this was probably a REALLY stupid idea, and then we convinced Izzy that she had to go to the bathroom, which luckily was upstairs and far away from said germ box. :)  Bad parenting moment?  No...I say utter GENIOUS!

Anyway..funny little aside. I took some cold medicine in the morning before we left to go shopping.  As the day went on, I just felt more and more tired and wiped out.  I was all pissed off, talking about how tired I was of being so damn tired...ranting all day and just generally grouchy.  Then I got home and realized I took the nighttime cold medicine.  And that I'm an idiot.  I blame the drugs.

1 comment:

  1. Stupid blogger lost my comment...

    I hate mall play areas for that reason - especially on the weekend!

    Living with TWO school-oriented people this is the time of year that I dread because of the illness. Ugh. Hope you are on the mend quickly!

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