Everyone seems to have recovered. The girls still have some reddish marks from where the Pox were, but they are fading fast. Since they had been vaccinated, it was not bad for them at all. A bit embarrassing since a letter had to go out to everyone in the school, but not bad otherwise.
We are doing fine, have hardly left the house over the break which has actually been kinda nice. We had snow on Christmas day (and thunderstorms, sleet, and gusty winds!) which was really cool but DS is bummed because Santa brought him his first bike and he can't ride it much. Two more days off then back to school for two whole days...not sure why we are bothering but it might be nice to get back into the routine.
I'm glad everyone is recovering - and that you didn't end up sick too!
Esmerelda Supercalifragilistic (41) DD (5) DS (2) Just eat it, will ya
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