We are almost completely vax free and I think that makes me feel extra responsible in some way for not spreading my kids germs (although, I think that's a bit irrational on my part).
So, does anyone have a rule of thumb they follow with this kind of thing (the endless cold)?
Thanks from the land of snot!
Sarah, SAHM to dd C (8-9-07) and C (5-27-10), happily married to DH for 10 years
Runny noses just comes with the territory, IMO.
I do bring wet wipes and wipe my kids hands/nose frequently, and teach them to cover mouth in their elbow with some success, but don't sweat it.
My point I suppose being that without any other symptoms, and assuming its not an obviously "sick" cough, i would continue w business as usual.
Cristeen ~ Always remembering our warrior ~ Our is 3, how'd that happen?!?!
We welcomed another warrior in May 2012!!
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