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    Laned - are you sure your baby had later stages of the virus? Did you go doc? Sorry to ask but I use to make my self SICK with every little dot when DD was a bubba. It was never (touch wood) anything thank GOD

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    Hi LoCo, we haven't actually spoken to my cousin about the stage of the disease. He had a small scabbed area in his nose. Unfortunately, as you have previously pointed out, there is nothing that we can do other than sit tight, wait and see.

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    Laned fingers crossed for you ❤️

    I don't even hold other peoples babies let alone kiss whether it's family or not I just don't get why people do it.

    Anyway I'm starting to speak up I think when's it's your babies health offending someone shouldn't even matter


 

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