7.22.2005

On Tuesday Jessi woke up with chest congestion and wheezing so we gave her a breathing treatment and last night she developed a high fever... so I think it will be very low-key around here. Have to cancel our playdate - I feel so bad because Jessi SOOO wanted to see her preschool friends. She really misses them - she keeps asking when it will start up again. But playing with friends will have to wait. I have a feeling we'll be reading lots of books and watching many Strawberry Shortcake movies today.

5 Comments:

Anonymous ShabbyPrincess said...

Ahhhh - poor thing! Hopefully a nice, relaxing day at home will do the trick! Take care :)

Kristie aka SP

5:27 PM  
Blogger DBCooper Family said...

It always breaks my heart to see kids doing breathing treatments. They are so little, and it's so hard to sit there! Big hugs! (from an adult asthmatic who knows how it feels)

9:24 PM  
Anonymous Danni said...

Right there with you! I just did a layout about my oldest daughter and her asthma and then this week she's had a fever since Tuesday so we are missing a wedding and fun with her cousins this weekend. She's coughed three times tonight and we just hold our breath...it's so tough. I'll be thinking of her!

10:28 PM  
Anonymous laura said...

This picture caught my eye and I tried to read some of your older posts to see why your daughter has to do breathing treatments. Is she asthmatic? My son has to do breathing treatments at least twice a day because he has cystic fibrosis. I just recently did a scrapbook page on all he has to go through each day. It is heartbreaking as some have said here to see little ones go through so much. I am glad your daughter is feeling better now though- little ones also seem to bounce back quicker than we do!
Laura

11:57 PM  
Blogger Jenn said...

My Seth is asthmatic and come winter time we are on the breathing treatments four times a day. Both of my best friend's children have Cystic Fibrosis, so it makes me feel like what I deal with is extremely insignificant. Your little sweetheart looks like she takes it pretty well. I'm glad she's feeling better now. It's so hard when you can't do anything to make it better immediately.

11:13 PM  

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