When you see me in public and ask me how the kids are and I close my eyes it's because as soon as I say, "Awesome!, Wonderful!, Enjoying school!, etc." I know sickness is near. Madison was rhinovirus positive at the beginning of the week and Harrison and Mae were in the clear. Last night, Harrison started in with the stomach bug. At first, I thought the new vitamin combo I gave him upset his stomach, but to my dismay it is a bug.
So... I put on my crazy face and tennis shoes and started cleaning, pushed Harrison to the basement, and bombed my house with essential oils... Thankfully, my dear friend did a drive by and threw me a cherry coke and "you got this" wave!
We are suppose to be in STL tomorrow so please pray I've kept all illness at its source.
We have the best farming community! The Berg men let me know they would be in the field today and even made sure the wind was out of the right direction. Blessed! Our house is locked up tight and no playing outside for us the rest of the week.
Takes a whole lot of fun to rock this kid's boat! She definitely reminds me of what is small and what is big in this crazy world!❤️