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Please, tell me that you can sympathize with feeling like your at the doctors office with your children constantly. I hate the anxiety of not knowing if you should bring them in or not. It’s seriously emotionally exhausting for me. When I do bring them in, it always seems that I leave feeling one of two things: 1. That I waited way too long to bring them in or 2. That I overreacted and I am a hypochondriac mother. Both are exaggerations and it’s good to recognize them them for what they are, parenting insecurities. The girls pediatrician is awesome and is always good at shooing these thoughts away.
It’s just that I worry like crazy when my kids are sick. A lot of the times their ailments are recognizable and no-brainers. Give me a grumpy little Lime, I can tell you exactly what’s wrong. She needs to poo! I’ll figure out if they are teething, if it’s just the “a-cold”, I know exactly when they are going to spew (I’m seriously amazing at this), or if they are just exhausted or dehydrated. But give me something that’s in the gray area, I’m done for. I hate not knowing what’s wrong because I start imagining meningitis. I HATE that meningitis exists.
Any one with me on this?
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