Finally, yesterday the fever broke. On Wed, our little Erin was feeling a bit under the weather, starting to get a temperature, had a temp of 38.4 on Wed night, so we decided on Thursday not to send her to play school. She went to spend the morning with Granny Ally, as I was playing golf.
I was playing such an awesome game, and as I teed off on the 17th at Benoni lake, N phoned and said that Erin is very flat and the maybe I should take her to the Hosp. I left immediately, without finishing the game. 2 par 4's to go, if i had par'ed them i would have scorted 83, my best score ever... and picked her up. I took her to the Glynnwood casualty, fortunately working there, i didnt need to wait. her temp was 40.3. Whew that was high. We wrapped her in a luke warm towel, stripped down to just her nappy, bombed her full of meds, and hoped for the best.
Hour and a half later, the fever finally was broken, and we were able to take her home.
That night we fought with a resistant fever, up and down temps and a very very grumpy little girl.
friday she was still feverish and grumpy. Thank goodness sat it broke, and by today she was back to her normal playful and cute self