We found out what that super high fever of Castle's was all about. He had another fever the day after, then broke out in a rash yesterday morning, and still have it today. Doctor's prognosis is a virus, and that little body of his is trying to make antibodies.
One of my besties far away diagnosed the same thing when I emailed her, her kid had it last year. But just to make sure, we took him to see the doctor anyway. It's great having a community of experienced Mommies who can be medical support, especially to first time parents like us.
Even though it looks rather itchy, the rash doesn't bother him. Just like every other time he's been unwell, he simply smiles through it all.
I've been trying to incorporate more fruit into our diet. It's not a habit yet but I'm determined to make it one. So to create more interest (for Andrew) I gravitate to all the funky looking and tasting fruits. Like this one, the size of a small 1990s Nerf football, it's a Chameh - Korean Melon.
Tastes like cantaloupe with a watermelon crisp refreshing finish. We had it with breakfast.
It's a great size for a small crowd like us. Castle didn't have any because he's not liking chunky food at the moment.
Teething pain has turned him into a very gingerly eater, pushing away anything that does not mush with his tongue.
Here he is sporting his winter hat that I found for 94 cents. I love a good summer sale on winter gear. He'll probably need this thing in a month if our weather stays the way it is.
Sorry, I'm complaining about the weather again. Happy long weekend.