I figured i should introduced myself, My name is Katie, i'm 27, i have 2 great kids DS who is 2 and DD who is 4 1/2 months. I'm also engaged to their dad, we've been together for 3 1/2 years. I usually hang out on the 2 year boards, as well some other boards.
I do have a question about my DD, I never ran into this with my son, but i noticed a couple days ago she was sounding really hoarse and raspy when we she coo's, she hasnt been sneezing or coughing a lot (maybe a couple times a day), shes been a little crankier then normal. this afternoon i took her temp and she was at 100.2, i gave her some tylenol, and put her to bed with the humidifier, i havent heard a peep in about an hour. Our weather (we're in NH) has been really odd, it was 38 degrees yesterday for a high, today it was almost 50, tomorrow it will be almost 60. We are planning to move on December 6th to Florida, i'm just wondering what might be up with her? When should i give the doc a call? I know at her 4 month apt i was told she starting to teethe.
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