Where The Wild Things Are.


so dears, this is what happens when your child has a reaction to antibiotics. little oliver had double ear infections + was all around miserable. then...this happened. let the wild rumpus start!

my poor babe.

27 comments:

  1. poor thing! and poor mama!

    I love that he's wearing size 5 diapers. Both my boys were in size fives their whole lives it seems.

    Dandee, you'll be pleased to hear that I went to a baby shower yesterday and the refreshment/gift given to guests was none other than your pumpkin butter! I asked where she got the recipe (because I had seen your recent post about it) and she said Dandee's blog.

    I felt like a celebrity being able to say that I know you. She said she just came across your blog one day and has loved it ever since.

    I just thought you'd like to hear how popular you are here in the big AZ.

    PS- The pumpkin butter is delicious!

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  2. oh oliver! no baby ever looked so good & happy with the hives. he gets a prize. and a contract as a jcpenny model. love that boy of yours.
    love, lindsay

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  3. poor little thing! amazingly, he still looks pretty happy.

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  4. Wow, that is so sad!

    Size 5 diapers????? My two year old is still wearing size three diapers!

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  5. Oh, how sad I am for his beautifully chubby body. I'm so glad you were able to figure out the source...allergic reactions have always been some of our scariest situations. He is adorably big! I love me some baby rolls (& rolls)!

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  6. Same thing happened to my son. It cleared up in about 2 weeks, but still looked so sad.

    Hopefully it doesn't dampen your Halloween spirit.

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  7. Poor little guy! Hope he feels better soon.

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  8. Yikes! So sorry for sweet little Oliver. At least he's still the cutest little hive-ridden baby around!

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  9. oh no, oh no, oh no! Poor little Oliver. That is just not right.

    Also....I could not help but notice the size 5 diaper! I just bought Elisabeth her first pack of size 5's last week.....and she has a year and a half on him! I love your rollie pollie babies. So adorable.

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  10. Breaks my heart. No baby should have to endure such a horrible rash. Find a little papoose to wrap him up tight in, then no one will see your little leper baby.

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  11. I'm so sorry. The same thing happened to my boy when he was around that age. So sad. He was so swollen too that I almost couldn't recognize him.

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  12. I feel your pain! That happens to Colby when he eats the foods he is allergic to. Poor baby! I hope he feels better soon.

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  13. Yep...cute and miserable! Poor Oliver.

    Love the new blender...way to go little brother.

    Sydney loved her prize ball and had a blast at the party. I could have loaned you some of those mini lables...I did the same thing a while back and bought the wrong ones. I think Abby's party was a huge success!

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  14. Poor little guy, hives are NO fun. I hope he can stay some what comfortable until they go away -which hopefully will be very soon!

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  15. Poor little guy! He still looks chipper, though...here's hoping it's short-lived.

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  16. That makes me so sad for him, but I echo Lindsay's comment. He still looks so happy, and that makes me happy! Poor little guy.

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  17. Oh poor Oliver, but he must have the most positive attitude ever, because he is still smiling. I hope is all better very soon.

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  18. Poor baby!!!! But he looks like he's showing off. Heehee.

    And size 5 huggies? That's impressive. :)

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  19. Oh poor little Oliver! I do hope he's well again soon!

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  20. Oh that poor boy!! I am so sorry!!

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  21. the poor thing - glad to hear he is doing better! i'm allergic to all antibiotics too - hives, rashes, can't breathe, etc...no fun when you need 'em. take good care ~

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  22. oh, poor baby! I hope is all better!

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  23. O, my God! Poor sweet thing! Hope he fells better.

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  24. Call me next time , maybe you can make it go away without antibiotics

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  25. The same thing happened to my son when he was 6 mos old. He had an allergic reaction and it took a few months to completely clear his system. I don't think that he ever looked that happy with the hives though.

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