Thankfully Jacob's illness is just a combination of allergies and a cold. His cough and stuffy nose started a few days before the fever. The fever drops drastically (from 101 or 102 to below "normal") with a dose of Motrin, which is a good sign. The nighttime coughing had worsened, but his lungs sound clear and this throat and ears look great. The doctor gave us some samples of Singulair for Jacob to take each night before bed to help with the coughing (along with Triaminic) - and it seems to have helped. Last night I didn't wake up hearing a coughing fit in need of another dose of medicine.
Okay, on to the menu:
The boys had some Chef Boyardee; Billy and I had sandwiches. Jacob's appointment was at 4:15, and we didn't get home until nearly 5:30. I didn't feel like thawing anything to cook.
Tuscan Chicken and Caesar Salad (no bread since we'll be having pasta and croutons)
Incidentally, the boys love Caesar salad. Next time Billy and I have our Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad, we're going to have to double it...
breakfast sandwiches (scrambled eggs, cheese, and sausage between toast)
We'll be taking the boys to Billy's parents on Saturday so they can make up their spring break trip at Camp Mamaw & Papaw. (I love how home schooling allows us to rearrange our schedules as needed!)
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