Henry's second tooth popped through on Monday morning. What a miserable month for him. Two colds and two teeth. Poor thing.
His cold is progressing and seems stuck in his chest. We saw the nurse practitioner after I called to make his 9 month well baby appointment. I asked to make a second appointment because he had been wheezing the night before. Not badly but I could definitely hear it. He wasn't having any trouble breathing but having asthma myself I know how horrible it feels when I wheeze. Even just a small amount makes it feel like I can't breathe at all. They asked us to come in 30 minutes later resulting in a mad dash to get there. lol
The good news is that he doesn't have an ear infection even though there is some fluid on the left, the ear he has been tugging at. And he isn't running a fever. I checked. But the nurse practitioner did hear the wheeze. So, we have an inhaler and mask to use. Henry did really well the first night I used the inhaler probably because I made it out like a toy. But he's been fighting it since. It really should come with a strap that I could place around his head. But it probably doesn't because some idiot didn't use it properly and injured their child ... lawsuit. *sigh* Anyway, he is still coughing and has that slight wheeze but he has otherwise done really well. Except for the night waking ... including his lovely 1-3:30 am on Saturday night. I'm crossing my fingers that this will come to an end soon, once the teething and cold have passed.
We've been out for daily walks this week which has been nice. I can't lie in saying part of the motivation is losing some weight. Well, not really weight as I've been at my pre-pregnancy weight for some time now. Somehow my hips seem to have spread, permanently. In fact I had wished for that if I had to have some sort of permanent body change. This really wouldn't be a bad thing for me since I'm built very straight and a little extra width in the hips would help to make my waist, such as it it is, look a bit smaller. But along with my hips my waist also seems to have spread in direct proportion to my snazzy new hips. How much better can it get? lol I was in a size 12 Ga.p jean and size 14 B.R pant before getting pregnant and wore them long into pregnancy. Now I'm lucky to be able to close my size 14 jeans. I had to dig through my pile to find the curvy ones since the long and lean don't close. I refuse to pay any money to buy a bigger size. And I refuse to try on my work pants as I'm in denial about them fitting. So walking it is. I may not be particularly fast (thanks plantar fasciitis during pregnancy turned damaged foot needing orthotics post-partum) but I figure it is better than nothing. And besides, Henry loves going for walks. So that can't be a bad thing. ;-)