These past few days have not been kind to Little Buddy. Monday when he woke from his nap he had a fever, and by the time I got home from work it was getting higher. He then began to get sick and it has only now started to slow down. He does get sick every once in a while, I think he gets very dehydrated from all of his hard work and gets ill, but this time it just might be a full blown flu. Bless his heart he had a high fever last night and just cried and cried. There is nothing like rocking a warm little one who does not feel well. Needless to say I had to stay home from work today to tend to the many diapers we have had. For once I am grateful Little Buddy still uses a diaper or I would have one heck of a mess on my hands.
He did want to get dressed which is a good sign, but then he was on the floor watching the Disney Channel all morning long. Nothing like a bit of Mickey Mouse to help brighten your day and make you feel better.
So hoping he feels like this picture above soon, and that his smile returns at least by tomorrow I miss it and his sweet little voice chatting away. As there has not been time for yarny fun, I am posting a few Little Buddy funnies for you to enjoy.
His teacher told me two weeks ago he had to be placed in the,"make a better choice chair," for throwing toys off the table at table time. I think she thought I would take this seriously but I am sorry that one just made me laugh.
When his Aunt Heidi was here watching him so we could go to Mr. 21's swim meet she asked him to stop touching something saying, "I don't think your Mom would want you to touch that." His reply was, "Aunt Heidi, shut your eyes."
I am asked this one frequently. "Mom, do you have your mouth on?"
A few days ago he was in the bathtub and I was at my green counter top near my sink getting vitamins out. He proceeded to quietly dump all sorts of water on the floor as my back was turned. When I told him not to do that any more this is what he said. "Mom, go to the green table and do your work."
He really does make me laugh.
He can now count to 25, knows his ABC's, knows all his colors and is initiating all sorts of conversation. He is a hoot, a hoot that does not feel good right now but still a hoot.
Hope you are having a great day and that the flu has not descended into your home.