365 photo project: week 34

The photo in the right top corner summarizes how Lillienne felt for exactly seven days. What a nasty flu that was. Fevers, barf everywhere (on floors and towels and t-shirts and everywhere including the kitchen sink) plumbing issues (seriously, right?!?!), interesting yet disgusting non stop diarrhea and a fussy, unhappy, lethargic baby living off pedialtye, gravol and baby tylenol. At one point she woke up from her nap shaking, and her lips, hands and feet had turned blue. We flew across the bridge to the ER where they checked her over, gave her more tylenol, and did a catheter urine test on her to check for an infection in her bladder.  No infection, and they told us the blueness was just her body trying to keep blood in the core but that was the scariest shit ever!
Everyone here has pretty much recovered so its back to work, back to naps and back to nice, normal, happy healthy lives. Hallelujah, Homies.
And apparently, it’s spring now. There are flies outside, spiders on my balcony and i just found an ANT crawling on my window. 21 floor UP OFF THE GROUND. WTF??!!

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One response to “365 photo project: week 34

  1. First of all….the pic with Dustin and baby…where the hell is all of his hair!!!! Was it because of the flu? LOL, just kiding. Poor little baby (Lilliene not Dustin). Kenzie got the flu real bad when she was that age and we did the hospital trip too. She was lethargic and had what I call Zombie eyes. She wouldn’t focus on me and just went limp. Gallons of IV drips later, she was good as new. Scary though!

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