More Hives

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

April 13, 2011

I’m tired.

I’m going to bed.

This stress of hives

(idopathic anaphylaxes)

Keeps a pain in my head.

He walked from the play structure, through the door, down the tiled hall to the trains. I look up and see red on his chin. “Levi come here.” He continues to play. “Levi come here.” He comes. Hives. From March 16th to now, that is 3 counts of hives at daycare. 1 count leading to ER. And 1 very minor count solved by Bendadryl at my mother’s house.

We are epi-pen jr. prepared now. What is this cause? This anxiety is making me very very anxious.

Must charge phone lest we have a recurrence tomorrow. Please no thank you.

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