Stupid hand foot and mouth. You are stupid. Go away and leave me and my babies alone!
I started going to the gym about 6 weeks ago, and there has just been an outbreak. The bub is really cranky, fevery. The boy is covered in some pretty impressive blisters, and I feel like crud. So much for getting healthy. Now we'll be on lockdown for a week!
DH is away til wednesday, so I am dealing with them both. Exhausted. Baby only went to sleep at 9.30!
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08-12-2011 23:58 #1Feel my wrath!
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Hand, foot and mouth... again!
09-12-2011 00:32 #2
Poor little ones. I hope bubs fever and connors blisters all settle down overnight.
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