Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Oddum and Rashes

Lucy's rash is starting to take on a sort of alien virus vibe. I suspected that she was allergic to the baby powder that the doctor recommended to keep her neck dry.

It was this bad a few days ago.

Then it blossomed into this:
So now we're putting a steroid and a lotion on it, though I suspect that my sister might be right in her assertion that Lucy's rash contains a yeasty component.
I'm hoping that last picture will fall into the hands of Ty Pennington and he'll want to alleviate our suffering by building us a multimillion-dollar home with super hypo-allergenic filters and a LittleMermaid/Godzilla room for Sam, since that's what she's into this week.

After Sam raked all those leaves, we had her clean up the inside of the house. It's so annoying that it takes her so long to vaccuum. We could hardly hear our Wheel of Fortune.

I found this on YouTube. Sam really likes the end.


The Hale Family said...

Your blog makes me laugh every time I read it.

Megan & Jeremy said...

You must be very proud to have such a hard working daughter. As to her should increase steadily on a diet of gruel and moldy cheese. If that doesn't work I'd recommend taking notes from the first 20 minutes of Oliver.

julie said...

Nice to hear from you guys. You look like you guys are doing great! We are just waiting for our baby to come any day now and then the chaos that follows. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

solarlove said...

What have you done to your child??!!! I hate to have to call child protection services, but duty as a concerned citizen calls!! Okay, I will also explore the idea of overlooking this awful neglection of your child for a mere 300 dollars (surprisingly close to the price of an airplane ticket to come to Missouri)....wait a second, isn't that where you live??!! Oh, how funny! How very, very FUNNY!
300 have 72 hours...

Love Kpop said...

Not all are true. Everyone has their own way of thinking but I think they have to reconsider. I like to argue for the most accurate results.