Miss Gianna still has proven not to be 100% just yet. She's been sick since last Monday evening and although she has been up and around like normal, she has yet to get complete health.
She keeps running a low grade temp off and on most days and with spikes here and there when least expected. Her highest temp came Wednesday evening just before bed at 104.5. This is all very scary stuff for this mama whose kids are generally very healthy.
We're trying to keep her comfortable with Pedialyte when she isn't eating/snacking, Desitin for her very sore bottom and tag-teaming Ibuprofen and Tylenol.
Anyone else with Olympic fever?
Ok, so it's not exactly FEVER that we have, but we are watching. Well, the big kids and I are watching here and there. We aren't huge sports fans, but I am doing my best to catch Michael Phelps when I can.
And my kids are catching on. I guess you could say we have Michael Phelps fever.
But did you see him Saturday night after the 400 individual medley? The interview was heart-breaking afterward. After not even making it to medal, this reporter is asking what his emotions are...blah, blah, blah....and all I see is 'deer in the headlights' as Michael hasn't a clue how to respond. I could barely watch.
I know that I've heard about Michael having drama out of the pool in the last four years since Beijing, but I still kinda like the guy.
It's starting to look like American swimmer, Ryan Lochte, may find his time at London and rack up the medals this time around.
Maybe we'll catch the Lochte fever.
Thanks to the user-friendly NBC Olympic website, we're making notes in our days ahead so we don't miss either one.
I think the Phelps or Lochte fever would be MUCH better than the icky fevers Jonah and Gianna had this past week. Here's to hoping a healthier week is ahead!