It’s been a whirlwind of a day.
Becky and I both slept soundly last night.
We enjoyed a quiet morning of Dr. Seuss and mildly tasty hospital coffee. I sent this passage to Michael and encouraged him to buy some yellow Gox box socks for his preliminary fight next week.
Dr. Sherman arrived around noon to thread a black spaghetti camera down Becky’s nose. He definitively diagnosed croup and felt comfortable sending her home on steroids. In the future, I will keep in closer contact with him when Becky develops a cold. After this latest episode, he is likely to prescribe steroids as a preventative measure. He promised that Becky will eventually outgrow this problem. But we may have a few more of these events in the future.
I packed up quickly and headed home. Just in time to find out that a major winter storm hits tomorrow. And the kids have snow days. And the milk is expired.
Simply never a dull moment.