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November 08, 2009


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Hot Cross Mum

You poor thing - it is so terrifying when they have real pain or are hurting and you can't help. Glad to hear that she is much better now.


What a horrible thing to have to go through for both of you. I'm glad she's on the mend, but remember to look after yourself too. x


I live in fear of losing my little girl. Not just that way but losing her love too.

They are so very precious, that must have been so difficult.

I hope she gets well soon and take care of both of you!

Emily Vest

How scary. Poor IJ and poor you. Glad to hear that she is feeling better now. Miserable. x

Chic Mama

it's very scary when they are delirious. Tonsillitis is an awful illness, I've had a few big scares with my eldest son who used to get extremely ill with it. I hope your daughter gets better very soon.


What an awful feeling indeed. MaxiMad beeing very ill made us change our priorities totally. I hope that you never have to go through the possible loss of a child. I would be on the phone to the GP in the morning asking for a referal to ENT. I hope you both have a restful night xx


Don't worry, she'll be fine. It is easy to let your fears get the better of you when you're on your own!


That sounds like a horrible experience, for both of you.

peggy @ perfectly happy mum

Elliott suffers with tonsillitis very often and the last episode he also had extremelly high temperature that made him delirious too. It is very scary seeing them like this.
I hope she gets better soon xx

Karen @ If I Could Escape

That is so scary when they get that ill. Hugs to you both and hope she gets well soon. xx


God... I know how you feel. It's that stomach lurching feeling that something could ever happen to your child... I don't think you can understand it unless you're a parent and have been there. Tonsillitis is awful and I always get panicky when SC's temp goes up. Hope she's all better now... big hugs to you xx


Oh poor you. How scary for you.

You know you can use calpol AND ibruprofen at the same time, don't you?

Jo Beaufoix

The poor babe Rosie. And poor you. I've had that with Miss E before when she was about 2, but at 6 it must be much more scary. Hugs. Will phone.

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