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Erm... boring is not a word I would use to describe your life! I'm so sorry Kate is feeling so miserable.

I've just gotten back to the computer after the weekend and I wanted to offer my two cents for the yest infection treatments (especially for children). You can use garlic capsules (the gelatinous capsules with garlic oil in them) as a vaginal suppository. It will make her smell like garlic a bit, but it will really help clear it up. Of course, you're probably better off stying to the Nystatin cream, as it's application might be a bit easier, but I wanted to put that out there, too. That's what I've done in the past for yeast infections and it works very well.

I hope you and everyone in your family are feeling better, Tertia. Enjoy your day!

Being Mom sucks. Sometimes we really need to break down and just be sick, and we can't.

I think you need to go on a "business trip" once everyone is healthy - somewhere warm and wonderful with lots of wine and lots of trashy romance novels, and no sick relatives.

Hang in there, soldier!

Amy @ http://prettybabies.blogspot.com

The tide - she is turning. Well done soldier.

You're almost over the hump. Hang in there. xoxo

Poor you. I remember those horribly days in a blurr. I'll arrive at work feeling like warmed up puke and have to share an office with you supermodels, fresh from the gym and tra-la-la. Hang in there dear and big smooch to Adam for holding the fort.

I hope Kate feels better soon. If the Nystatin doesn't work on the yeast infection, Diflucan is an oral medication that works great on them. My DD and I both had to take them when she was a newborn, so my understanding is it is child safe.

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