Project 365 {week 7}

Oh this week.

The week that felt like one big long day.

The week of no sleep and worry and, as one of my best friends calls it, Sad Sick.

February 10: Eddie falls asleep playing Mario.  The first hint that sickness has entered Sluiter Nation

February 10: Eddie falls asleep playing Mario. The first hint that sickness has entered Sluiter Nation

February 11: The one day this week I feel like I have it together.

February 11: The one day this week I feel like I have it together. While Cort stays home with the sick boy.

 

February 12: My first day home with the patient. He does a good job with resting.

February 12: My first day home with the patient. He does a good job with resting.

February 13: Popsicles feel good for the feverish boy.

February 13: Popsicles feel good for the feverish boy.

 

February 14: Too sick for Valentine's Day...but I set up a surprise for him anyway while he is at Urgent Care

February 14: Too sick for Valentine’s Day…but I set up a surprise for him anyway while he is at Urgent Care.

February 16: excited about his new super hero stuff...and sings to Sofia the First. Also spent the day with Grandma and Grandpa...feeling better.

February 16: excited about his new super hero stuff…and sings to Sofia the First. Also spent the day with Grandma and Grandpa…feeling better.

 

February 16: My little guy is back to himself.  Wonderfully sweet and also horribly moody.  That's my three year old!

February 16: My little guy is back to himself. Wonderfully sweet and also horribly moody. That’s my three year old!

There was a point from Wednesday to Friday where I only slept about 3 hours.

I called it WedThursFriday.

It sucked.

But not as much as seeing my little boy struggle with a fever that I could not take away for him.

Sick kids are the worst thing in the whole world.  Hands down.

Thank goodness he is doing better!

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Don’t forget the giveaways I have going on! The Bona Clara skin care sample pack ends Friday, and the Affresh Cleaning Prize Pack ends tonight!

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About Katie

Just a small town girl...wait no. That is a Journey song. Katie Sluiter is a small town girl, but she is far from living in a lonely world. She is a middle school English teacher, writer, mother, and wife. Life has thrown her a fair share of challenges, but her belief is that writing through them makes her stronger.

Comments

  1. Sick kids followed closely behind by sick husbands – are definitely the worst thing ever. Glad to hear he’s feeling better.

  2. Hate it when the little ones are sick, I always wish I could do more.
    Glad he’s better, yay!