witl = Ali Edwards' Week in the Life
sick child = Selene
our lil one has been sick since Xmas Eve after coming back from the ER for my hubby's nose injury. poor guy. he's okay, just bruised up and possible scarring. but he's ok. but 5 minutes before he was done, a little girl with her mom came into to check in at the ER and she was coughing up a storm. i was like oh no and thinking selene is gonna catch it and but i hope she doesn't. and a little after we got home, selene started feeling crappy. then it was off and on since then. she was doing really good Sunday, but later that night she was not herself. so she has been just wanting to stay in bed. slight fever that goes away once medicated. one night she was coughing non-stop and hubby found something on the internet about putting Vicks Vapor Rub on her feet and then socks. believe or not, it worked along with her night cough medicine and slept soundly. but yesterday and today, no play, just lots of sleeping, medicine, water and popsicles (that's all she can seem to be in the mood to eat). poor baby. hoping and praying she gets out of this rut soon. i miss seeing her being happy go lucky.
on another note, i decided to participate in another Week in the Life from 12/26/15 thru 1/1/16. perfect timing since we are currently a family of 5 for this week. so, it made sense to do it this week. i actually created a private album in my FB account and documented those photos this way. here are a highlight of my photos (not all shown):
i'll post my 12.29 and on later this week.
i know this is not the actual week but oh well, doing this on my own. hoping next time Ali Edwards does another WITL, i'll be on time. hahahhaaha. I can hardly wait to get all my photos printed out, put them in an album, journaling and minimal embellishments and see the end result.
why do i do this? because it makes me notice things that i don't usually pay attention to and appreciate my everyday moments not just the big events that happen. and i have something documented in photos and words for my kids and grandkids and other family members and close friends to look at what life was like from my viewpoint. why do you do it?