A light at the end of the tunnel

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It took several phone calls, but we finally have Emmett on the path to recovery. We will hopefully stop anyone else in our house from getting pink eye. On the way home from picking Elliott up from school, we hit the grocery store and then grabbed Emmett’s eye drops before heading back.

I’m slightly frazzled in general today, and I was heavily focused on getting Emmett fixed up ASAP.

He needs drops in both eyes, four times a day for seven days. He should be good to return to school on Wednesday. Unfortunately, Emmett is not a fan of eye drops by any stretch of the imagination. Hopefully, he’ll cooperate, and this doesn’t turn into an even worse situation.

So we’re clear, Emmett’s issues with eye drops are sensory in nature and outside of his control.



I’ll find out soon how this is going to go because we’re getting these drops started as soon as I get home. He needs relief, and we need to stop the spread..

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