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Our younger son, who is 22 months old, has had loads of ear infections and has been ill often in his nearly two years of life. Thanks to one phenomenal asthma and allergy doc plus her helpful recommendations, we have his health a bit more regulated and we are all happier, healthier and better rested. As a part of our effort to help him be as healthy as possible, we have added probiotics and other supplements our physician has suggested.
Can I share a bit with you about health stuff? We’ve had a stomach bug three times in the last year. Our kids rarely go more than two weeks between colds, especially our younger guy. Our younger child has food allergies and ear infections. Thankfully, the ear infections have been reduced dramatically since getting tubes. Our pediatrician says this is super normal for two kids that are in childcare, but it’s been a little rough. We feel like we’re finally getting a handle on it.
Before he turns into a full-blown boy as opposed to toddler, I thought I’d show you some of how we keep his nursery organized for life and those rough nights that we encounter with his minor health issues.
We’ve always had a health basket in his room and ours for emergencies and daily needs—pain reliever/fever reducer, gripe water, gas drops, thermometer and other basics like nail clippers. We keep them high up so he can’t reach but we have easy accessibility in the middle of the night or right before bed if needed. Read More »