MicroBlog Monday: Oh, crap!

I just remembered it is Monday. It has been a long week with the viewing, funeral, luncheon, giant bug bite on my baby, being gone Monday to Saturday, and then a visit from L Saturday night to now. There was also lots of driving, a trip to urgent care, crappy sleep, a giant playground, a visit with donkeys, goats, chickens, and dogs, a trip to a splash pad, visit at a friend’s house, and I ended it with my worst gluten reaction in multiple years. Seriously wishing there were a medication for Celiac Disease right about now. I will leave you with pictures.

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Running around the filled in pool.

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No really. He doesn't want his tail pulled.

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My old Duplos and some knitted animals.

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It's all about the...

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Most of his foot and ankle were swollen and he couldn't wear shoes.

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Terrified of and mesmerized by Aunt Leah.

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Single mom by choice, lesbian, natural living, parenting, car free, Chicago.Thank you for reading and feel free to leave a comment!
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7 Responses to MicroBlog Monday: Oh, crap!

  1. Lindsay says:

    You’ve been busy! What does a gluten reaction look like for you? It sounds horrible!

  2. Today was gas, bloating (think three months pregnant in ten minutes), stomach pains, an hour on the toilet, dizziness, brain and body fatigue (to the point I couldn’t do anything), slurred speech, nausea, and thirst. I could also get canker sores, break outs on my face, arms, legs, and back, migraines, nutritional deficiencies (D, iron, B12, potassium are my big ones), depression, anxiety, and sleep troubles.

  3. Lindsay says:

    Omg that is a nightmare! 😦 I hope you feel better soon.

  4. Gosh! Hope you are feeling better. And hope your little one is fine too – that looks like a big bug bite! Take care!

  5. Thank you! He is doing much better after claritin, homeopathic calendula cream, and a baking soda bath. The benadryl and cortisone just weren’t working.

  6. Mel says:

    May life calm down — for both of you. Sending a hug as life swarms around you.

  7. Thanks. Trying to take it easy this week!

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