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Clumsy Crafter: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Sunday, November 1, 2009

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

We're home from our week long trip to visit family in the DFW area. I am really wiped out tonight after dealing with sick kids the entire weekend and making the 5 hour drive today.

Overall, it was a great trip. I had a lot of fun visiting with my family. I got to see my stylish sister's new house and it was fabulous. I'm still dreaming of her tan and white accent chair. But then my dream is ruined by visions of red koolaide and green markers all over the chair. Therefore, I will never have a chair like that. I had a great dinner with my dad and got to visit with my grandparents two days in a row. The princesses also got a tour of their uncle fisherman's boat.

I finally picked up His Royal Highness from the airport on friday and jetted out to his parents house. We had plans to take the princesses to a pumpkin patch and then to a halloween festival that night. I guess the girls caught on to the fact that I had totally bombed in the costume department and that they were just going to wear pajamas and carry teddy bears because all three of them came down with this lovely high fever virus. Princess Newbie got it first and had temps of 103 degrees that sent us to the urgent care facility. Next, Princess Girly Girl came down with a 102.8 degree fever that we just treated with motrin. Finally and worst of all, Princess Goofy developed a 105 degree fever that had us all worried. But what would be worse, to take her to the ER and risk exposing her to the flu or to try and treat the fever at home? We just decided to keep a really close eye on her and do everything we could think of to get it down. It finally came down and this morning it was gone. It did come back slightly tonight but hopefully it will be gone again in the morning. Needless to say, there was no halloween festivities for us. Which comes to the worst part of this all..............

No Halloween festivities equals no candy for parents to "steal"/ borrow from their childrens candy bags while they sleep.

Where's my chocolate?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish I could have seen you! :(... I am glad the girls are ok though!

Love Jana Worley...

November 3, 2009 at 5:07 PM  

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