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    Default Should we go to the settling workshop or stay home?

    Silly question coming...
    DS is 5 weeks. We're booked into a settling workshop this afternoon but I think DS has a cold. Sneezing occasionally and congested. Poor little guy sounds like a little piglet when he's sleeping. He doesn't have a temperature.
    Should we stay home and not go today?
    I know this sounds like a no brainer but I wasn't sure what the risks are between bubs since I have no idea what the set up will be like.

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    If I were in your position I would always stay home at a sign of a cold, regardless of where we were meant to be going or the set up of it.

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    Up to you but If you stay home give them a call to secure a class next week or sonething

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    Thanks ladies. I just assumed any sign of illness and bubs would mean stay away. But I wasn't sure if I was being too overly cautious

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    Yep I would probably stay home too provided I could secure a spot in a future workshop. Oh and try fess little noses. Great stuff, helped my son get through his first couple of stuffy noses.

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