Saturday, 22 December 2007

game over

10 month old boy with severe ear infection and 2 hours sleep. Three days before Christmas.

Game over.

13 comments:

Kez said...

Ugh :(

Ren said...

Aw, poor Will. Ear infections are the pits. You’ve done more for the cultural Christmas (as opposed to the religious one) than I’ve done this year, got to get some Tetris-credits for that!
cheers Ren

kate said...

Bugger. As my auntie the nurse is fond of saying, 'panadol for the baby and brandy for the mother'.

Ear infections suck big time.

JACKet said...

I'm sorry that Will, is unwell, but I am also pleased that you can drop all the stuff, stuff, and do what is really important, -- love. Love your baby, love your family, and just be the mum/wife/daughter/sister, they all love, no one really cares about the stuff, if they love you. Its the who you are, not the what you do, that is important. May the peace and love of the season be with you, Susie, Blessings Jacky

nikkishell said...

Oh dear! I hope poor little Wil feels better quick sharp and that everyone gets to enjoy their Christmas and get plenty of sleep.

Jodie said...

Game over , let it go.
I hope he is well again soon

Suzy said...

Poor Wil and poor you. That sucks. Wishing you fast-acting antibiotics and sleep!

suzy (www.floatingworldviews.com)

sue said...

Oh the poor baby. My daughter always gets ear infections when she gets new teeth, and even her adult teeth have had the same effect too, and she is 6 yrs old. I hope you have lots of baby panadol on hand. Hope you get more sleep too.

triciasagen said...

So sorry! I hope you BOTH will feel better for Christmas!

Ash said...

Ouch! Hope you all feel better soon!

Poppy & Mei said...

How's it all coming along? Hope all is well...Xxx

Ali said...

Sometimes it's a blessed relief when the game ends and you realize how fast your heart was thumping and how close your shoulders were to your ears.

Hope your sweet boy has some great antibiotics and you have a big glass of wine and the chance of a little nap.

And that you know that none of it really matters too much in the grand scheme of things.

Janet said...

poor little poppet. Hope he's better now.

And that you still all have a great day.