Adam had an extremely difficult night. He was itching so much that he couldn’t sleep. He also kept putting my fingers in his mouth so he must be in a lot of pain. We went back to the doctors and it was confirmed he has a bad strain of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease.
We went to Nana’s house to update her on Adam’s illness. The wooden train set is always in a box next to the couch and for the first time in two days Adam left my side and went to play with Nana. They set up a track, and at the bottom of the bridge Nana placed one wooden skittle. She pushed a train down the hill and it knocked over the skittle.
Adam laughed and it wasn’t long before they were both experimenting to see how many skittles the train could knock over. Even the cars came out to see if they could knock over any more. I hadn’t expected to do a play activity today so I didn’t even have my camera on me. Luckily I could rely on my Ipod.
* Wooden train track and trains
* Wooden skittles. These ones were from Sainsburys
Adam was 20 months old.
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