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    Thanks for asking Happymum. Not chickenpox! Just an odd rash/bites that went down the next day. She's been back a daycare and seems fine but tonight just had a massive vomit! Hopefully just unsettled dinner.

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    Glad to hear it wasn't the chicken pox. Oh no, it's never ending sometimes, isn't it?! Hopefully your dd is ok and she just had too much food in her little tummy.


 

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