Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Progress of sorts

Well...

we
are
all
sick

AGAIN.

For those of you more experienced and wiser who have survived this period of your children's lives...does this vicious cycle of germs ever end?

In other news:

The packing has begun.  Dum dum duuuuuuum.

- rebecca lynne


7 comments:

Susan Standen said...

Poor you! Hope the germs bugger off and let you get on with moving. Not like you don't have enough on your shoulders right now! Best of luck. (And it does get better because the kids get to an age that you can sometimes ignore them when they are ill - just let them watch telly and medicate regularly!)

Trudi said...

Susan is right, it does get better,and that element of ignorance can work to your advantage in training them into it not feeling as bad as they think and just man up and get on with it! Well, it worked in this household anyway! Hope those germs move on fast and you are all feeling much better soon!

Annabella said...

We're in the pre-school germs phase and it's pretty yucky but I understand it does get better. Good luck with the packing!

Archie the wonder dog said...

I hope you all get better soon - I wonder if the stress of packing/moving as also made you all more susceptible to the lurgy?

I swore when I saw your photo because, for a moment, I thought it was all boxes of LV swap fabric!!!

Strawberry Patch said...

We've spent the day cleaning up bloodily fluids of all varieties from both my girls, yuck! I do hope they sleep through the night and I can have sme respite. sympathy germ sharer over here!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Sorry for the germs, we all have them too!! Yeah for packing though! X

piecemealquilts said...

Sorry to hear you're all suffering. Here's the thing with viruses - once you've had a particular virus, you have a degree of immunity to it, so you're much less likely to come down with that exact same virus again. Problem is, there are hundreds of different viruses. So, yes, eventually your kids won't catch everything that comes by, but they've got to work through a lot of viruses to get to that point. Good luck!