It was only shortly before we met with the doctor when we figured that be the root of her suffering and ours.
Looking for EB and we find baby.
Now that she's on her first course of antibiotics everything to do with her has leveled.
Of course once her feet finally skinned over on both feet we get this today.
I'm ashamed to admit we weren't quick enough on this one.
OR this one.
I was shocked that no-one found it funny or thought it engaging enough to respond.
I think when Raquel looks like this while I'm pressing her punctured blisters like a grape to squeeze the remaining blood and fluid out, I can start to find humour in whatever ails this family.
So much so, that my car sits outside motionless, as I can add two sets of keys to my lost radio and wallet for the year.
No wonder I thought Vampire Soup was funny.
I'm losing my mind....
At least Cordelia and I had a wonderful night skiing on Saturday. After our hot chocolate we took the tram down with all the teenaged hooligans as the mountain closed. The ride was full of colourful language and disrespectful youth. Hopefully I'll be the better role model for her than what she hears and sees at all the places I take her at hours beyond most other 6 yr olds.
'No soup for you.'