Chicken pox has hit our household again for the second time in under 2 weeks, and we’re still smiling through! In England & Wales, 670,000 CASES are estimated every year... that’s the EQUIVALENT TO 1 CASE EVERY MINUTE!
Drink plenty of fluid (try ice lollies if your child isn't drinking) to avoid dehydration
Put socks on your child's hands at night to stop scratching
Cut your child's nails
Calpol to reduce fever
Poxclin to help stop the itching
Bathe in oat water and pat the skin dry (don't rub)
Dress in loose clothes
Check with your airline if you're going on holiday – many airlines won't allow you to fly with chickenpox until 6 days after the last spot has scabbed over
Be around pregnant women, newborn babies and people with a weakened immune system, as it can be dangerous for them
Use ibuprofen unless advised to do so by your doctor, as it may cause serious skin infections
Give aspirin to children under 16
Give liquid piriton or to babies under one year old
they’re ALWAYS competing-every 30 minutes-“Mommm, I can jump higher” and “Look mom, I can run faster..”🤦🏼♀️
That’s why this fun 360 degree spinning teeter totter is PERFECT for us. Summer is here and we’ve spent many afternoons outside bouncing up and down on this thing. .
Ive teamed up with @vocalpoint to share with you guys about their #VPlovestoys of summer shop.
You can find them through the link in my bio and use code EMMIEMCK10 to save 10% on your order (code is good for multiple toys). There are lots of fun toys to keep the kiddos busy all summer long!🤗Happy Shopping!
Stay out of my way
You are on my nerves
Everytime of the day
who hits the shower first
Let's do a toss
But then, what would I do without you
You are Mon to my Ross..
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