we come bearing gifts of sick
So I’ve already written as much as I want to about the trip to Chicago. It was not fun. No need to re-hash. Once we got there, Chris and I disagreed on the cause of Zoe’s sickness. Chris was sure it was carsickness, I was praying that he was wrong. Why? Because I didn’t want to have to deal with it again on the drive home. In retrospect, perhaps I should have hoped for the carsickness. It was most certainly some kind of nasty stomach virus, since I got sick on Christmas, Chris got sick (really, really sick) Christmas night, mom got sick yesterday, and grandma is sick today (I also learned that a bunch of other families at daycare had the same Christmas fun that we did). Currently my dad is still holding on to the hope of remaining untouched by the Christmas 2008 plague. The good news is that it’s a relatively short-lived sickness. The worst being over in about 12 hours, leaving you exhausted for another day or two, but at least not losing your lunch. I can also say that I’m glad that we were with my family when it hit. Zoe was able to play with her grandparents and great-grandmother while Chris and I randomly passed out during the day. I just wish that hadn’t led to us passing it on to the rest of the family.
So how was everyone else’s Christmas?
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