Of course I got it…

On Fridays we generally go North to Princeton for a class called Little Picasso, which allows Khai to paint and explore his own creativity. After that we hang out with Brooke and Truman for lunch.

This Friday, though, Khai didn’t wake up until nearly 9 o’clock, and I was glad to feel that his fever had broken in the night. Of course, though there was a down side.

Suddenly I was feeling like crap.

I have not really been sick since Khai has been up and around running all over the place. It really is much harder than I anticipated. Doing anything is more difficult when you are sick, let alone caring for another person. It’s even harder when Dean works 7am to 7pm six days a week.

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