Thursday, 23 December 2010

Me Got Chicken Pox

Poor Jasper, he has spent the week covered in spots and sleepless nights.  The worst is over now and he is almost his usual self.  However Charlie slept in late this morning and looked very tiered tonight - looks like he is coming down with something.

This time tomorrow Santa will be close and the boys very excited, well they are already.  Charlie has his Christmas story ready for bed time tomorrow.  Jasper just likes talking to pictures of diggers or tractors.  Harry will be reading a Beat Quest book.

Nana and pops arriving tomorrow lunch time for a few days.


  1. Oh that's the same thing that happen to my couz Kimberly. She been so sick on Friday because of the horrible rain and today I think she still sick and getting worst every day I see her. Also she even pass the flu to her 2 younger brothers. D';

  2. Well Santa does not catch the flu so you should all still be ok for tomorrow night :)

  3. God bless all your boys! Get well! Santa will leave presents even if you are ill. After all, he knows everything. He knows when you are naughty and when you are nice, so he must know when you are ill.
    Get well!

  4. Chickenpox (caused by the varicella-zoster virus) is a highly infectious disease that usually causes an itchy red rash with blisters. It is one of the most common childhood diseases and can affect adults as well. Most people recover fully from chickenpox, but it can cause complications in children with lowered immunity and in some adults. A child with chickenpox can miss up to two weeks of school.
    For children who have not had chickenpox, the vaccine can help protect them against serious complications associated with the chickenpox illness and from developing shingles in later life.