Sunday, October 26, 2008

still sick

mild pneumonia, her pedia said. a visit to her pedia last saturday made me realize that yena had been there everytime we bring her some place. It started last july, and monthly after when we have to attend weddings or birthdays of a friend, soon after she will get colds then flun then pedia visit then medication.

now it has been our pact not to let her out of the house until she is one year old. i know we cant shield her from sickness, but getting virus when we're out of the house is something we cant disregard.


Umma October 28, 2008 at 1:10 PM  

Good decision Mommy Niko, just stay away little Yena from bringing outside for a while. I think her immune system is not yet that strong yet bec she easily catches some virus. Just couple of months, she will turn 1 year old, hopefully she is more tolerant from the outside.

niko October 28, 2008 at 1:51 PM  

its so hard when yena is sick mommy umma, aside from the sleepless nights.. she is losing appetite.. :(

she normally consumes 6 bottles of milk a day, but when sick it will be max of 3 bottles! :(

Mom of Four October 28, 2008 at 9:15 PM  

that's what happens when kids play outside the house, they get viruses. Especially if they go to day care. None of my kids go to daycare, but still once in a while, they get sick too..It's the nature, but, they don't get sick very often..
By the way, I don't mean to pry on your mommy life..I don't think 6 bottles (8 oz) a day is healthy for the baby especially when she's already eating finger food. Yan kasi ang laging problema ng mga kids ko, they drink more than they're supposed to, so ang iron nila bumababa. But if your Pedia sys it's OK for her to have 48 oz of milk everyday, then she's alright.

niko October 31, 2008 at 1:26 PM  

hi mom of four,

yena is taking 6 bottles of 6oz per day when she is not sick.. i have to ask her pedia about that too, thanks for sharing ur thoughts dear!

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