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The morning after..

Is it possible to live without regrets? Sometimes i wonder if those who say that they could would actually wake up every morning thinking about the choices that they made, the ones that led them to that supposed undesirable outcome. U wonder if they are content in fooling themselves. Starting each day looking for that affirmation that hey fuck that shit, i'm alright.

I'm sure we all have our own story. Whatever it is we still need to live our lives. So ur pretty much stuck with the outcome of ur choices.

I dunno why i have to be so bleak sometimes.

Anyways, little jj is going through her first sick phase. It started last thursday when she developed a slight temperature so we had to take her to the doctor. The doctor gave some fever meds and told us to monitor her temperature. Then over the weekend just as her fever has subsided, she started to feel a bit queasy with some vomiting and coughing.

We took her to the doctor again on monday although the doctor couldn't determine definitely what was wrong. We described her wheezy almost dry cough and phlegmy vomit, and he said that the phlegmy substance is most probably coming from her stomach. He said to bring little jj back on monday, after prescribing her some cough and cold meds.

This must be the season where everyone inevitably gets sick. I caught some viral crap where i was having the runs and vomiting over the weekend. The little munchkin is also on mc today over some stuff he ate at his grandparents.

The only person still okay is the senorita. And her patience has surely been tested to the max what with all the acat household currently on the sick list. Nevertheless, i still went to work today, took emergency leave on friday, and i had to back early yesterday. Luckily the boss understood how us young parents can never be too paranoid with the health of our kids.

Little jj has lost 0.2 kgs when we last visited the doctor last friday. That might be due to her poohing and vomiting. I think i also feel a tad slimmer. Hehe. The unintentional positive side effects of getting sick. For me la, not for little jj. I want her to stay chubby for as long as she can.

Sian dia.. and sian also the senorita..
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