Should this be concerning? "A fever is not necessarily bad" Anne Marie tells me. "What? You haven't given him anything? You should always give a fever-reducer for anything 101.5 or greater" says Dr. Frank while casting me the evil eye which clearly state "You are too stupid to have a child." (This following the obligatory "Do you have any other children?" "Mmmmm....Hmmmm.") Well, Dr. Frank, maybe you can pass along your tips to your own advice nurse. If Fundamentals of Good Mothering: Medical Facts You Should Know Before Giving Birth has yet to be published, at least consistency at the pediatrician's office would be helpful. This is what happens when you call in on Dr. Pinkley's day off.
My child's activities of late:
My house is quite clean, but I would gladly trade that for a happy, eating, fever-free boy.