Family: November 2005 Archives


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We made it back from Columbus in well under 5 hours today. That's well over 300 miles in well under 300 minutes, with a stop to change drivers.

I credit the record time to a short-cut one of the truck drivers at work tught me around Indianapolis. 38th Street baby!

I also found out that one of Mama-Lu's cousins that I never met before reads this blog. Hi Stephanie! Check back for a link to pictures from the weekend!

Tons of email. I'll respond sloooowly.

8 AM tomorrow, I have a meeting. We'll see what happens!

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The little guy is feeling a ton better! Thank to any of you who stopped by and said a prayer for him!

Yesterday was a very rough day around here. Matthew was unsatisfiable. He cried all day, it seemed. He also hardly ate a thing until dinner, and getting him to sleep was a team effort that took over an hour.

Today, however, he woke up with his usual joy... and violence... as much as I don't like being awakened with kicks to the head, I knew this morning that he was feeling his usual chipper self in the morning.

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Our family has been passing some bug back and forth for about a week and a half now. It's the boy's turn now, and he's got it bad.

Thursday night he barely slept and was awake crying from about 5 AM to almost 6. Friday morning his temperature hit 103 (under the arm) before we got him in to see a doctor. It's a virus, they say, so instead of antibiotics they prescribed infant Ibuprofen, which has worked miracles so far, especially compared to the Tylenol - plus, it came with a cool syringe-type despenser instead of the standard rubber dropper.

It's horrible to see my little guy crying and have no ability to make it better. Here's hoping he's better tomorrow, I want my happy, crazy little ball of energy back.

Maybe you could say a little prayer to that end, please?

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