Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Daybook

3am fever.
But I WANT TO GO TO SCHOOL!
"You can't go to school."
I WANT TO GO TO SCHOOL!
"Sorry, love. You can't go to school."
Well, tell SMA I'm sick.
I'm not hungry!
I don't want to drink.
Don't tell me to drink!
I'm going to be good for Dr. Coleman.
No! Dr. Coleman, don't DO THAT!
He CAN'T look in my ears.
What does TLC mean?

"It means 'tender loving care.' It means keep you happy and comfy."
You mean Dr. Coleman said I can watch TV all day?Wonder Pets.
I Said: DON'T TELL ME TO DRINK!

"What about chocolate milk?"
chocolate milk.
Pinky Dinky Doo.
chocolate milk.
Franklin.
chocolate milk.
Lazytown.
one spaghetti noodle.
two green grapes.
I don't like grapes.
"You just asked for those grapes."
But I don't like grapes.
Little Bear.
chocolate milk.
When is Silvia [the cleaning lady] going to be done upstairs?
What is she doing right now?

"She's changing the sheets, it sounds like."
She changed the sheets on my bed? Then she moved all my animals. I don't want to nap in my bed. I'll nap in your bed. You nap, too. Snuggle me.
I just used the potty so I don't need a pull-up.
Snuggle me more. Your bed is big. Sleep close to me.
Mama!! I peed on your bed!
"And on my arm."
Will Silvia give you new sheets?

"No, love. She just changed these sheets two hours ago. I'm not going to ask her to change the sheets again. She's about ready to leave."
Now your bed is naked!
chocolate milk.
Olivia.
chocolate milk.
Olivia.
Stop asking me to eat!
Barney On-Demand.
Barney On-Demand.
chocolate milk.
Rawr! I'm jumping on you! I'm a tiger!
I'm jumping on you I'm jumping on you I'm jumping on you!

fever broke, I'm guessing?
chocolate milk.
Daddy's home! L's home! Daddy! Carry me upside-down on your back!
Daddy! I need more food!
What's L eating?

"Grapes."
I want grapes.
Dora.
Diego.
bedtime.
Mama, I'm so cold. I'm shivering. I need more blankets.
fever's back. Pin It

2 comments:

Inna said...

poor E! Hope she feels better soon, and then I guess you'll get some rest?

Emily said...

I want to say 'I love this' because it's so perfect. (You don't, by any chance, live at my house and listen to all my kids' conversations, do you?) But how can you really love something about a little girl who doesn't feel well? So, I'll just say, 'I hope she's feeling better' instead.

I came here from Elizabeth Esther, by the way.