Thursday, May 24, 2012
My son is almost fully recovered from his Thrush. He still has a slightly froggy voice but is back to giggling. His tongue is no longer white but he still has bumps inside his mouth. Hopefully once he gets better he will stay better! On a even better note, May 26th Chase Landyn Walker will officially be 5 months old. He was born December 26, 2011 at 2:20pm. He was born a whopping 10 pounds and 3 ounces in weight and 21 inches in length. It feels like just yesterday that I was pregnant. I have lost all but ten pounds of my pregnancy weight. I had gained 60 pounds while pregnant. So it was quite a triumph to stand on the scale and to see I only have 10 more pounds to lose. :)
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Today my husband and I went and got tattoos dedicated to our son. Our son is currently recovering from Bronchitis and Thrush. It was found that he has a weak immune system and we must monitor his health continuously to make sure he doesn't get sick, since he's more susceptible to illnesses. We love our son and I don't know what we'd do without him. He is our little miracle baby. I hope his health will approve over time. Happy 5 months baby boy.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Currently my 5 month old infant son is sick with the flu. He has a fever and I am struggling to get him to drink fluids. I have been switching between Baby Tylenol and Advil for the fever. Advil seemed to produce better results in getting his fever to go down. I have also been giving Chase tepid bathes. Of the short five months of his life, Chase has been sick at least once each month with a cold or the flu. The doctor told me to give him Vitamin D drops because I can't breastfeed him but what I really want to know is why my son keeps getting sick and what I can do to prevent it.