Thursday, January 31, 2008
Well we are having our first adventure of Sarah being sick. Not so fun! On Saturday afternoon I was putting Sarah down for a nap and thought she felt a little warm...I told myself I would take her temperature when she woke up if she still felt warm. Well she slept clear until it was time to drop her off at Grandma Lisa's house so that Ryan and I could go to our Ward temple night. While we were gone Sarah's fever got worse and Grandma gave her some tylenol. Well after we got home Sarah didn't sleep at all that night. On Sunday both Sarah and I felt crummy. Ryan was the doctor to both of us. We kept checking Sarah's temperature and it was hanging around 104 degrees!!!
Well after another sleepless night, Sarah's fever broke at five in the morning on Monday. I was relieved, and decided that I could miss one day of school to stay home with her. Well later in the day Sarah got extremely fussy (which is very unusual for her). It was so bad that if I walked out of her sight she would freak out and cry! Later that afternoon Sarah's fever came back again. Frustrated and exhausted I finally called to consult with the Mom. My mom told me that it might be a good idea to see if Sarah had an ear infection. Sarah and I ran over to Wee Care at 9:45pm to find out that yes indeed she had an ear infection. Poor thing had been suffering for almost three days with an ear infection! I felt terrible.
But oh no, the saga doesn't end there. Monday night, during one of the many times I got up with Sarah, after I sat down with her to feed her she threw up all over me! I had a thought that maybe it was the amoxycilin that she was rejecting, but then tossed that thought out of the window. I stayed home from school another day with her on Tuesday and she really seemed to be doing better (except from the turqoiuse diarhea that had developed from the powerade I had given her). Wednesday she seemed to have digressed a little, and wasn't eating very well. I did go to school because she wasn't too fussy, but just didn't seem to great. Well that when I went to give her a bath she had a rash all over her body! Ryan decided that it was probably a reaction to the amoxycilin and told me I should stop giving it to her. On Thursday I took her to the doctor and sure enough...she was having an allergic reaction to the antibiotics! Poor little girl! First and ear infection...then an upset tummy, and then an allergic reaction to the meds!!! Hopefully all will go well after this. :)
Atleast now, Sarah has realized that she likes popsicles!!! Here is a video of her enjoying one!
Friday, January 18, 2008
Preface: I discovered that I could graduate in the same amount of time in Speech Pathology so I transferred to the University of Utah and am attending my first semester there.
Current mood: determined
So I am in the most ambitious field ever!
A girl I sat next two in class the other day is taking 21 credit hours this semester, and they are all CSD (communicative science disorders). That alone is hard! So then I asked her when she planned on graduating...and she said this semester. K, this girl is only in her fourth semester of college. By the time she graduated from high school she had her associates, and now she is graduating with her bachelors degree in two years...I am so impressed, and jealous! Then there is me...this will be like my 15th semester of college (maybe only 12) and I still have three left! Wow...I wish I could have been a little more focused when I was younger.
So to all of you out there in school. Do it right! Take the fullest load that you can handle and get it done!
I love school, but I want to be through so that I can stay home full time and take care of my little girl. That is the best "job" ever. I thought I would go crazy being at home all of the time but a little one makes things oh so different.
Go to school! Get it done! Live your life! :)
Posted by Lizzie at Friday, January 18, 2008