Not flu. ROTAVIRUS. Same basic symptoms, just more diarrhea. She has to stay until she can go without the IV for 12 hours. That means the runs have to cease running. On a lighter note, and because I have a lot of time on my hands here, let me share some pictures.
We had the standard legos, playdough, and crayons for Lily, but why not a powdered milk blind taste test to keep the rest of us entertained during the talks? Now my mother can, in good faith, stock up her food storage with the most popular brand of dry milk. Yummy!
The day before Easter we had a fun party at Chris' sister's house. The kids dyed eggs, found eggs, ate eggs and made beds in the hallway. It was so fun. We had lots of yummy food and great company. It is so fun to live closer to family.
This post is so random, but I have not slept well and I am going to play that card now. Here is a shot of Lily in her smashing new outfit. I made the dress out of an old ratty tank top of my sister's (although it makes it seem more posh if I call it 'recycled') and some vintage lace from my mother's sewing basket. The hat is tiny cord with a satin lining (leftovers from my cousin's wedding about 10 years ago). She is not a great model, she will not smile or look at the camera, but she did do the pose that Chris suggested.