|Lucy & Dad watch for planes|
Keeping Lucy home on Friday was a good thing. I was able to get her to take two - two hour naps and she still got a full nights sleep. By Saturday mid-day other than the spray your face sneezes she was back to her normal self. Heck, she was even giggling again. Friday I debated for about a half an hour what to do for Lucy. She was clearly not herself, she was having sinus issues and was leaking tears from both eyes. I put her in the car seat and then took her out a couple times. The second time she leaned into my shoulder and made a sad little sound, like "I need a nap momma." At that moment I knew I couldn't send her to the land of 10-minutes naps.
Calling in sick when you personally aren't sick is a new thing. I've taken "mental health" days, but those were somewhat scheduled, and they were almost always coupled with an actual medical appointment. Calling in on a Friday seems suspect, but Lucy doesn't actually pay attention to my work calendar, so it's not that big of a deal. Jason could have come home to be with Lucy, but I selfishly wanted to be the one to nurse her through it.
|I hear nothing|
We think the pink muffs were a find, but felt they needed a little something so the bow adds just that right amount of flair. Honestly, I was surprised at how many parents were there with the U1 crowd (under 1) that didn't have ear protection. We were the only ones I could see in a sea of families.
Lucy didn't get good naps yesterday and going to bed was a bit of a battle. (It always is when she's super tired - hows that for irony.) But, she woke this morning and was right as rain - her happy self. yeah!