Well That Wasn’t The Best!

Hey Everyone!

I would love to have more to write about today, but I don’t :/

After work I went to pick up Everett at his daycare, only to find out that he had a fever of 101.9 F. Yikes! That isn’t very good for anyone let alone a five month old baby. I got him home and told my wife, and we got ready and went to the ER. Now with the time change and all it was dark before we even left the house. We were there for a little over two hours, while they tested him for the Flu, and other respiratory ailments. They determined that he has an upper respiratory infection. Poor Guy! They gave him an oral steroid for the cough, and Tylenol for his fever. He is home today with his mom trying to get some rest and keep that fever down. That is part of why I am at work and typing this so early.

The rest of the night I washed all his bottles and dishes in the sink, and tried to get some sleep. This morning I woke up like I do normally, but didn’t have half of the things to do. Normally I get a bunch of stuff ready and make breakfast. Not having to do that I got myself ready and headed out. I had a guy ride my bumper on the way into work. So I brake checked him and slowed way down. He eventually passed me, but me being in a mood already today, I was glad to pass on a little negative energy. So, here I am. I have been at work an hour early, running on next to no sleep, with a sick child, and a bad attitude. haha This will be a fun day! I’m sure I’ll be able to turn it around soon, but for now I’ll just chill here. 😀

I’ll see you all again tomorrow! 😀 😀

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