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Well, what a rubbish week last week was. I had mentioned in my last Living Arrows post that Daisy had been under the weather. This got worse and by the middle of the week Daisy was in hospital. She is home now, and has perked up considerably, but has an upper respiratory infection and a few other things going on. She is still vomiting lots, but that isn’t unusual with her allergy syndrome. It is really hard at times to tell whether it is her FPIES or something else that is making her ill. Anyway, this weeks living arrows 43/52 post is now live.
Daisy had only been at the hospital a short time when she was put on a drip for dehydration. I knew, as soon as this was fitted with a cannula, that we would be at the hospital for the night. At least.
Living Arrows is a linky from the lovely Donna from What The Redhead Said. Parents are invited to link up weekly and share photos of their children from the previous week. I love taking part and I’m looking forward to looking back at the end of the year.
You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth – Kahlil Gibran
Living Arrows 43/52 – 2017
On the second day in hospital Daisy was visited by a balloon man. He was absolutely lovely and because she wasn’t in the mood he made her a flower. The following day Daisy had great fun popping this and basically making a mess everywhere!
Daisy is miles better now, thankfully. I’m writing this just a few minutes before I post it. Daisy is off to Grandma’s house now so that Thomas and I can complete our trip to London we were on last week when she got ill. Feeling really anxious this week and hoping that everything is going to finally get back on track now. We only have a few weeks until we go on holiday – and I can hardly wait! Never needed a holiday quite as much as this I don’t think.
Daisy missed nursery last week, and swimming, and every single other nice thing that we would usually do in a week. Besides one trip to the park. One bright part of the end of the week was that my sister came down and we got to spend half a day together. So that was nice!
I won’t hint myself by hoping that this week is a good one. Have fun, stay safe and avoid the illness! I hope you have a lovely week and you’ve enjoyed this Living Arrows 43/52 post.