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That Ole Strep Throat

 My baby bear got sick Sunday night.  She was happy as a lark all day Sunday, but when we picked her up from church Sunday night, she cried all the way home saying she was cold and sleepy.  I KNEW she had fever.  Emily went to school on Monday happy and healthy, but then I got the Monday Mystery Illness phone call asking me to come get her because she had a headache and fever.  SOOOOO she saw the Dr too and he told her she was "just fine."  She suddenly got "all better" and cried because I would not ler her play outside.  SK tested positive for strep throat.  This is the 4th or 5th time this school year.  I am thinking we need to see her ENT about her tonsils.  Last night I got her a new toothbrush with Tinkerbell.  She is so excited....it's the little things!  I put Emily to work doing chores and homework, math and reading.  When SK's meds kicked in she was a new little girl and she helped Emily clean.  I took a picture of the closet floor because I have not seen it in so long. 

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Jill said…
Strep is the worst. I used to get it all the time before having my tonsils out. Happy to hear your girls are feeling better!
Diane said…
Go ahead and see about getting those tonsils out. I worked for an ENT doctor for several years. The younger they are, the better they seem to recover.

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