The week that we returned to school/work from the holiday break Celia started with a cold. Actually she started that Sunday and by Wednesday morning she was fried. So I stayed home with her and she did not feel awesome. Pete then stayed home with her Thursday morning and she perked up. I had to work Friday and at 10:30 I had a phone call from her school that she was running a temperature. So I picked her up and off to the doctor we went. Bronchitis. She gets it once a year. Her lungs just do not seem to handle congestion. We endured a hard 5 days on an antibiotic. Celia is not a fan of medicine AT ALL. I am talking, meltdown drama, the need for a glass of water, glass of orange juice, and some sort of food to go along with the medicine. I need to teach her how to swallow pills and then we will not have to deal with liquid medicine. She refuses to take tylenol now too which amazes me because she used to LOVE the stuff.
So we don't usually pass things around to everyone but Pete was the only one spared with this bug. Audrey got it the Wednesday that Celia stayed home but only the sniffles. She seemed to have a mild form of it. I got it Saturday and the next few days were not fun. Celia said one day "I told you it was awful". I guess we were not sympathetic enough when she was sick! But we survived.
Cecelia is finally taking an interest in learning how to ride her bike.
I found Audrey a bike at Goodwill and I think that motivated her a bit.
I love looking at the girls when they are asleep and sometimes I snap some pictures.
I think the red cheeks were from her cold but she was snuggled up close to her beloved Fluffy.
This one. This is fairly typical for how she sleeps. She has a face mask on and New Baby and Milo (turtle) are right beside her. The sheets are usually a bit of a tangle.
We have had some cold days and Celia has taken advantage of it to request hot cocoa.
They are vegging out in front of the tv for a short time.
Audrey is wearing her new kitty/owl/we can't figure it out gloves.
She awaits the arrival of Celia often because then I will let her have some tv time.
I usually make her wait until Celia gets home! But she also loves to play with Celia too.
This day was actually from this past Wednesday when everyone freaked and schools dismissed early for I think 1/2 inch of snow….. It was okay. I enjoyed having them home early and Choir was canceled so we got to relax. Both girls helped me shovel the driveway. Celia at age 7 thought the whole early dismissal from school was exciting. I could not pick her up until about 2:00 and she was 1 of 5 remaining in her classroom. Her teacher gave the girls these hair clips.