My son is sick.
Yesterday, while I was at work, I received a voice mail message from my son's school director saying that my son has a fever and his temperature was 101.5°F. I panicked coz it would be the first time that my son is sick and I'm not there for him. So I called my husband and was a little bit relied to know that he picked Abi up, then called his work to let them know that he won't be able to go in until I'm off from work. I was already ready to leave work and go home coz I know somebody needs to take care of my baby. But my husband picked me up right at 5 o'clock, after work, which made me feel better coz finally I was able to take care of Abi.
Today, he's feeling better. His temperature went down to 97.4°F the last I checked it this afternoon. He's playing and eating a little bit better now too. That's why I was able to blog and so other stuff around the house that I can only during my off. Right now, aside from blogging, I am also searching for spring plungers online coz my husband needed it in his tools.
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