Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Fever

So at one year and seven months, Alexis got his first really high fever. I think it's what's called the "three-days-fever" and tomorrow I'll find out if the temperature goes down and if he gets those typical rashes. I must say that despite his milk protein allergy and a couple of normal colds, he's been extremely healthy and well. It's therefore quite chocking to see what 40,2 degrees can do to my otherwise so lively little boy, here resting in the guest bed.

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  1. Poor little boy his cheeks are very red. May bi this this bad virus running everywhere. It will improve in 3 days as you said dear Stina, dont take something. XXX UTA

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  2. Krya på sig pluttis! Vad kollar han för program? Visar du svenska eller engelska?

    De klarar oerhört mycket feber de där små, jag tror det är värre att vara mamma och se på de små sjuklingarna, man känner sig maktlös.

    kram

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    1. Katti, I allow him to watch Baby Einstein's animal where they show animals from all around the world. He loves it.

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  3. Aww, poor little thing! Hope he gets well very soon!

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  4. computer + baby = :(

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    1. Computer can be marvellous for a child, it all depends what you make them look at.

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    2. No Stina,this is absolutely not correct...For toddlers, it destroy the natural imanigation! They need books and music, thats all :)
      kind regards!

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    3. Of course not every day and all the time, but sometimes it can be very good, especially in times like this, when he needs to stay calm and rest.

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    4. He must learn to stay calm and rest without this...And his eyes in the dark room and than the light com....

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  5. Oh I hope he feels better tomorrow, what a beautiful photograph that is, there's something quite compelling about it.

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    1. I know, I felt the same when I saw him laying there ... Beautiful in the tragic.

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  6. My daughter ,Same Age as Alexis, had the Same . High Feber, very Quickly over 40 degrees, than she had a Fever crush at Day three and we went into Hospital. Now we have to give her paracetamol or nurofen when Fever is over 38,3 degrees.

    Good luck!

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  7. Oh my gosh. It makes me so sad to see him in such a condition..... Get well soon little boy! Katrin

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  8. Poor thing. My son had that last week. Terrible.

    MK

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  9. So sad, yet so cute. Hope he's on the mend soon.

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  10. Hej Stina! Ikväll har jag sett dokumentären om Beyoncé - "Life is but a dream". Stark kvinna. Kloka tankar. Fick mig att tänka på dig. Se den, jag tror att du skulle tycka om den (oavsett om du gillar hennes verk eller ej). Och sonen får krya! Kram

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    1. Cecilia, Oh thank you for the recommendation! Will immediately get my hands on that one and look. Where did you find it?

      Best,
      stina

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  11. Dear Stina,

    I wish that your baby boy get well soon. He is as cute as always. And besides that bitter situation I wish you the best about ur pregnancy. all the congrats for you.

    Derya

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  12. I wanted to say : dont catch anything from Alexis! My English is so bad... Hope your littlr boy better today.XX Uta

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  13. Ohhh... Poor Alexis. But even though its very sad... its´s so funny to see this picture, because these days we had almost the same situation. My daughter with high fever, laying in my bed watching "Trotro" on the Ipad on the nightstand. Same situation. Different places. : )

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  14. what a cute picture, although he is ill. but he still looks super sweet! I hope he is better by now.

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