Well, it's been a difficult few weeks.
Tabitha is in hospital (for next few days) and my wife has chosen to sleep in the hosptal room where our daughter is. She has bronchiolitis and requires oxygen delivered by tube to her nose. She also has low blood sugar and is deficient in certain areas needing regular drugs. So she's connected to several tubes as well as heart monitors.
She's bearly over a year old. This girl has had too much to deal with.
I understand that young children regularly have colds etc.
Our other daughter, Blakley, has a cold with the usual runny nose. Of course, she doesn't think twice about giving it to everyone around her! So yeah, I've had a snuffly nose sore throat etc but now it's clearing up very quickly.
Of course, it's hectic looking after Blakley every morning before her and me going to the hospital to see her sister and her mummy.
(She keeps calling "Mummy, Mummy" despite it's Daddy who's been feeding her changing her clothes and nappies (eww!) plus gently putting her to bed...
Ho hum. Will I get appreciation from her when she's older? I doubt it...