My 5 yo dd has dots that look very much like the pics of chicken pox that I've googled. It is not roseola, or measles or rubella. It isn't hives or an allergic reaction. I've googled every type of childhood rash I can think of (and google can think of) and the only thing it resembles is chicken pox. It has the papules look. Distinct red bumps that cover her torso, arms, upper part of her legs. They are not interconnected in any way and have no pattern. They are getting larger and kind of look like they have pus in them. It started out on her torso yesterday morning and has slowly moved down and slightly up (just a few on her face). They are not itchy at this point, she has no fever and does not feel ill. She is fully vaccinated (although on a different schedule than what is recommended) but has not had any shots for almost a year or so.
My question is, if it is chicken pox, what is the likelihood that my other two are contagious? My 14 yo and 3 yo ds are vaccinated (again on a slightly different schedule than is recommended). They have activities that they want to engage in this weekend but I don't want to expose anyone (especially my immune comprised father) to them. I'm keeping my dd home from dance class etc. just in case it is chickenpox but don't know what the protocol is for other members of the family. I've had chickenpox and we think my DH had a mild case as a child so I'm not worried about us. In fact, I'm not really worried if they all get them (although I'm hoping they don't), I just don't want to be the carrier family of a contagious disease.