Today started off stressful me and my baby girl were up nearly all night. She had a horrible fever that would not break and she was just uncomfortable I held her close all night and morning. Then I gave her Motrin ten minutes to 8 am and 30 minutes later her temperature actually went up to 102.9. So I got us all dressed and we went to urgent care. They gave us a prescription to fill and thank goodness that is starting to help her. After we got home and I gave her dosage she started to cool down. But she still wasn’t eating or playing just holding onto me and drinking lots of fluids. Finally after she took a good nap she finally had an appetite. She never really got a zest to play or goof off until after 8pm tonight. I kept her up late so I could give her the second dose. My son was very helpful today he’s very sweet and loving to his sister. He also helped me Lysol everything and clean up the house 🏡 We have missed my husband he’s been gone since Friday because this is a big weekend at his work which is out-of-town. It’s been hard not having him here with the little one so sick it scares me to see any of my children hurt. My lab results were available for me to read and I don’t fully understand them but my numbers were too high and a bit low in categories and that makes me nervous. I am in the absolute worst shape of my life. I feel like there is something wrong with me. I am happy that I get to hold my sweet kids close while we’re home bound this weekend. I just worry about the future about my son getting into the school we want for next year. About us having a house that is ours and that we can live in until the day we die. I don’t want to lose faith in things working out but sometimes it’s hard to be positive after it not happening. I have so much on my mind to stress me out I hope I get some sleep my shoulder and back clearly are filled with acid I have so much pain tonight. I hope my sweet girl sleeps well and that she is feeling well enough to play and eat well tomorrow. Well I need to try to go to sleep thanks for reading.