Dinosaurs for each kid/baby
Our Valentine's Day consisted of a sickly little girl. Shelby came home from school Thursday not herself. She laid around, which is normal, but she was more tired than usual. She also complained about her head hurting which is always an indication something is up.
which was true cause she had a temp that night of 100.5. Only a headache and a temp., nothing else! this virus is going around all over the schools. At the kindergarten, it starts this way, then the next day they have a cough, then the next they start throwing up, and the list goes on so I WAS PARANOID! I oiled her down w/ peppermint, lavender, thieves and diffused it all next to her bed all night. I prayed she would wake up Friday and be herself again, but she was not. She was better, but still a low-grade fever....that meant telling her she had to stay home from her Valentine's Party at school. She also had to dance at Miss SAU w/ her competition jazz team and attend her friend's skating party Friday night too.
|Her sweet friend's mom brought all her class valentines she got to the house for her after the party. It brightened her day!|
I took her to the dr. Friday morning and he ruled out flu, strep, and anything else. She had just a virus and he said for us to treat her symptoms and that it would just have to run its course. He gave her permission to dance and attend the party if she was fever-free and felt good, and she was! She did so well and had a blast at the party and dancing!
(I apologize for the video.. i turned it mid video to get the whole group)
Immediately following the pageant we "skated off" to the skating party at the Rider Rink on campus.
Shelby wants to have a skating party soon!