29 May 2015

Our Week {2015:22/52}











 
{so we had a busy week... 4:00 am Tuesday morning, Jamie woke up bleeding from her mouth... luckily by the time her ENT saw her, the bleeding had stopped... she had developed an ulcer + infection after her tonsillectomy... thankfully she could take oral meds + started to feel better very quickly... Gemma also saw the ENT + she has a lot of hard wax in her ears...we all, except for Jamie, went to the dentist... movie day on  Friday plus a visit to Grandma on Saturday...}
 
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18 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness.... I did not like it when my little ones were sick... I am happy that she can take the meds to assist in feeling better! Love the huge flower in the first picture. Adorable pictures xx

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    1. thank you Eva! those are hibiscus flowers! x

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  2. Sorry to hear that there have been trips to dr's....it can be a worrying time that is for sure.
    Gorgeous pics as usual. xx

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    1. thank you Bron! it seems we are all well again! thank goodness! x

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  3. glad yours girls got better quickly, ear ache is something I live with so I can sympathize with them. Pretty pictures, your girls are so pretty x

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    1. thank you Kelly-Marie. hope your earache will resolve soon...x

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  4. Your girls are so lovely. I'm glad that the problem was something easily treatable and that she is on the mend. Your photos capture and express the joys of your life so well.

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    1. thank you SO much Karen! yes, at least this could be managed quite easily!

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  5. Such pretty girls! You really did have a very busy week!

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  6. I guess it was scary to see her mouth bleeding...
    cute girls, looks like a great walk!

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  7. Hope they're both on the mend!

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  8. Doctor visits aside, sounds and looks like a good week.

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    1. it was... apart from the dr visits... x

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  9. Sounds like a very busy schedule. I got floored by the pic of that very dangerous white picket fence with the double points...........oh my. The nurse in me sees an accident waiting to happen. I pray one doesn't.

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    1. Carol, we call that type of fencing palisade fencing and almost every wall in Johannesburg is covered in those... most people believe high walls will keep out crime... I am so used to seeing it- maybe it looks really unusual to all our international visitors. I have never heard of anyone being injured by palisade fencing (not even a criminal) so it is probably not as harmful as it looks...

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