I have written before about the blogging virus- how I have caught it and managed to spread it to my sister-in-law and mother-in-law. Well, I have spread the virus again. If you have not caught it and don't want to, you may want to stand back (ha ha!). My wonderful friend, Amy, has started a blog! :) Check it out here.
I met Amy through the local twins club we are both members of. Turns out she lives right down the road from me and her twin girls are only 8 months older than mine. And, she has a 7 year old boy like I do.
This is her at the sprayground. She is holding Amelia and holding hands with Sophia. Her 7 year old, Jacob is in the background with his hands on the stroller.
Her blog is looking great and I know she would love a comment or two if you have a minute to check it out. Whenever we get together, this is often how I see her-snapping a cute picture:
She loves to take pictures and is very good at capturing cool moments, like this one:
This was at a park where we went to play together. From left to right is: My twins, Ellen and Meghan and then Her twins, Amelia and Sophia. Imagine our luck that we unknowingly went to a park with a 4 seater teeter totter! And me without a camera. Thank you Amy!
Happy Blogging Amy!! :)
Speaking of viruses, however, just as a note- Ellie has been really sick! High fevers since Sunday. I always wait to go to the doctor until I am almost positive it is more than a virus, because if you go too soon, that is what they say... "it's just a virus." Well, her fever hit 106.4 overnight last night. I did all I could to break it (meds, cool washcloth, bath, etc), but it wouldn't go under 103 (even medicated!). So, I called the on call doc at 1 am who said as long as she is breathing okay, (which she was) the fever itself wouldn't hurt her, just keep her dosed up and bring her in the next day. So, I took her in today and guess what- "It's just a virus." Everything is clear! Her throat was obviously red and sore he said, but they did a strep test and it was negative. He said there is a virus circulating with ultra high and long fevers and it should break soon. He said if not better by Friday to bring her in again. But, she did eat a little at lunch, so maybe she is getting better....I hope! Has NOT been a fun week. Meghan's nose is super snotty as well, but no fever. Keep your fingers crossed! :)
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