April 8 13

“My head hurts so bad I can’t go to school today.”

“Okay Peggy Ann McKay, you’re going. I have a headache every day and I still go to work. You probably just need to drink more.”

“But my stomach hurts too. And I think I’m going to barf. Yeah, I’m pretty sure I’m going to barf.”

“Okay, Roo, back to bed with you. We don’t send barfy girls to school. I’ll bring you a garbage can, some towels, and a glass of water. Let me know if you need anything. I love you. I’m sorry you feel icky.”

 

“Mama?”

“Yes.”

“I’m hungry.”

“Okay, well, I will bring you some crackers. Don’t eat too, too many.”

 

“Mama?”

“Can I use the ipad?”

“Well, if you feel barfy, you probably shouldn’t watch screens.”

“PLEASE? I promise not to barf on it and ruin it. AND then you can work.”

“Well, okkkkkkkkay. But put it down if it makes you feel¬†nauseated.”

 

“Mama?”

“I’m still hungry. Can I have a cookie?”

“No! We need to only give you something plain and bland for your tum.”

“But, that’s not delicious.”

“Isabella, eat your crackers. But not to many!”

 

“Mama?”

“YES DEAR?”

“I’m bored.”

 

It’s 10:10am.

It’s going to be a really long “sick day.”

I’m on to you, Martell.

peggy-ann-mckay

 

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  1. She’s so cute! Love that picture. Tell her I hope she enjoys her sick day! ;)

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    Comment by Loukia on April 8, 2013
  2. As soon as I saw the title, I started reciting the entire poem in my head. One of my favorites.

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    Comment by Darcey on April 8, 2013
  3. Look how little she is in that photo! I have a very similar one on my phone! Ha!

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    Comment by Kristabella on April 8, 2013
  4. Gah! They talk you into letting them stay home, but then they have so much energy!
    If they start being hungry and eating normal foods – I send them back to school.
    Hope she feels “better” soon.

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    Comment by monstergirlee on April 8, 2013
  5. She’s a smart cookie, that girl.

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    Comment by Angella on April 8, 2013
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