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Old 14.01.2010, 16:31
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Re: Sick kids in playgroups

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Ha! Just wait until your kid goes to school and brings home everything that's going.. and when you have play dates at your house and parents drops little Tommy or Lucy off at your door with a full-blown flu. Happened to me a week before Christmas and then my 2 went down with just it in time for the Christmas day.. then they got chicken pox after Christmas Day for New Year's.. tales of woe I tell ya

it's life tho', and with kids, you get the all the bugs and flus going. I haven't let my Son go back to school until this week even though he could have gone back earlier. I don't want him to infect any other kid and I want his immune system fully functional before he hits the rest of the virus-carrying-sick kids that have been sent to School regardless.
We weren't far off your story. We even rang the Kinderspital on Christmas eve to seek advice as his fever peaked at over 40 while on Dafalgan.

At least you kept your child home though.

I don't have too much of an issue with colds, I agree that's life especially with young children/toddlers, it is the fever/flu and vomiting bugs that get me as they are really disruptive and unpleasant for all.
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