What we thought was chicken pox was not cured in the amount of time it should've been so we took a trip to the doctor. Our pediatrician's NP said she doesn't think S ever had chicken pox, but an allergic reaction on top of her eczema which then became infected. So, on Tuesday we got to start on 2 creams for her skin as well as an antibiotic. Since her appointment was right before lunch we bought yogurt, and a corndog for her while we shopped and waited for her prescription to be filled. She has been a trooped through it all and rarely complained about anything.
helping mom shop :)
We got to watch a friend's kids for a few hours while she went to the doctor on Wednesday. So, I had 5 kids 8 and under. We had a pretty good time...sugar cookies, playing at the park, and in a teepee we borrowed from Nana that morning.
Trying something new. She laughed and laughed while she swung this way.
Turns out the antibiotic that S was prescribed was really strong. For several days (despite us feeding her yogurt) we heard a lot of "tummy owie". Which sometimes resulted in just needing snuggles. I'm not going to complain about that though. It's rare that she wants to just snuggle in and cuddle :)
We had such great weather on Saturday that we couldn't help but get out in the yard and work on our gardening spots. Brett found a worm for S to hold. She was pretty excited about it, and watched with complete contentment while it wound its way back into the ground.
Saturday night I went with my sister to dinner and the General Women's Broadcast. Brett wanted to do something special with S while I was gone. They made pudding to share together after dinner, and had a fun dinner at home.
Helping stir the pudding
I have been dying for S to wear this dress. It is the one I bought several weeks ago for my brother's wedding. We aren't going to be in church on Easter Sunday because of General Conference so I thought today would be perfect. She loved it, and kept kissing herself in the mirror. She gladly obliged for pictures I wanted to get :)