Friday, October 19, 2012

The joy of a sick toddler


I'm pretty sure my sick days would coincide with Addison's sick days. If I had a real job.

Addison snuggled with me through two whole movies while I stroked her hair and rubbed her tummy. Most productive use of my time in months. Hope she feels better tomorrow, though.

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  1. If only it could be the other way around, too. I'll be on my own today with the toddler, and I'm the one feeling under the weather. I don't think I'll be as lucky as A. (Sigh).

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    1. I had to get up with Addison quite a few times in the night, so I sure hope she feels lucky. As I droop around the house. But I hope you feel better, too.

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  2. I'm always thrilled to hear nice.
    This season is autumn favorite of the Japanese people.
    Very bright autumn leaves are beautiful.
    The ancient capital of Japan, please search Kyoto.
    Great ancient capital of the world leads to impress foreign people.
    I'm sorry I was wrong spell.
    Japanese friends.
    Ryoma Sakamoto.

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    1. Ryoma, I'm going to presume you intended to write this comment on one of my posts about the transition from summer to fall. I THINK you're a real person, so I'll leave it. Happy to have international readers!

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  3. I remember when my kids liked me (even if it was only during their various illnesses). *sighs*
    P.S. I'm pretty sure Ryoma is real too, sort of like Santa.

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    1. I THOUGHT my daughter liked me, until 2:15 this morning when she was still not asleep, and claiming, "But I don't know how to sleep!" Punch myself in the face.

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  4. Loved this and had to share on y Facebook today.

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    1. Thanks for the share - I've enjoyed your blog as well!

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