Plan for the worst and hope for the best

Our three day weekend has officially turned into what will soon be a four day weekend. Both boys still have fevers and Emmett has a very upset stomach as well. 

I checked Gavin, just to be safe and he’s teetering on the edge of a low grade fever himself, although he says he feels fine. 

Lizze has had a pretty good day thus far. I woke her up about 7:30am and asked her to trade off for a little while, so I could sleep in bed for a bit. I woke up after a few hours and she was still doing well. ☺ 

She’s sleeping now, as is Gavin and I’m managing the sick kiddos with movies and gingerale for now. 

I already called the school and reported them off for tomorrow as well because of the high fevers today. Apparently, there’s a large number of students out this week so far and this bug is pretty nasty. 

We also have severe winter weather blowing in some time this evening and lasting through Wednesday night. Who knows how that’s going to go…. 

Anyway, this weekend is turning out to be so much more than we expected, even though we have learned over time, to plan for the worst and hope for the best. 

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About Rob Gorski

Father to 3 with Autism and husband to my best friend. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)


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