Hugs mataji- fevers are ugh!
Awwwww- baby burrito! Though if Ro had done that her hidden meaning would have been "give baby the burrito!'
Glad Owen is good... we follow a delay vax schedule and no one has ever gotten on our case about it or even asked twice. I really feel for mamas who deal with the "less supportive" types all the time.
Us- still bleepin' sick. The girls have mostly pulled through but I am one big ol coxsackie virus mess. I can't eat, can barely force myself to drink (imagine 20-30 canker sores on gums, tongue, down the throat, tonsils, roof of mouth, etc). The sores spread across my feet so walking hurts and they're still spread across my chest... so my breasts are just non-stop pain since what do sick kiddos do with breasts? That's right, non-stop nursing. So the blisters have popped and now there are weeping sores. I'm running through the lansinoh and gel pads and dreaming of weaning. Sigh.
On the up side, Ro had her second eval today and it looks like we qualify for EI! She is about 25% delayed in terms of gross/fine motor but really off the charts in terms of not processing sensory input well. Though you'd never know from her eval today... she acted like a 100% normal kiddo... no clinging, no crying, sat on a stranger's lap!, didn't mind when I stood up and went into another part of the house, etc. It was like someone had replaced Ro with a duplicate or something. Of course, her normal patterns emerged again after they left but it was a very odd experience. On the one hand it makes it harder to deal with her needs but on the other it shows what she will be like once we figure out how to reach her. So yay!