No point to this thread as nothing can be done about it but why do kids always get sick at the most inconvenient times. Really needed DS to go to daycare tomorrow but he has a red throat, high temps, on antibiotics and miserable. Oh well, that's life.
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29-01-2015 09:23 #1
29-01-2015 09:24 #2
29-01-2015 10:28 #3
It's not just kids. I always get sick just as I start holidays- whether I have 1 day off, or months, I'm sick for all of it. It's like my immunity hangs onto the virus and then goes "ok she has time to recuperate, ATTACK!"
29-01-2015 10:38 #4
I hear ya!
Dd's 2nd birthday tomorrow. Only been sick once before now she's got a nasty cold and cough and is drowning in mucus and completely miserable I spent my birthday (yesterday) looking after her. Thank god we had nothing major planned. I'm Meant to be going out on sat for my birthday but now it looks like it probably won't happen either
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