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October 27th, 2007, 05:55 PM
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If so, how often do they get them and how many have they had?
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October 29th, 2007, 07:39 AM
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He had a double ear infection last Halloween, and he just got over another double ear infection a couple weeks ago. I guess October is not a lucky month for him, strange since it's his bday month.
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October 29th, 2007, 01:26 PM
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Marshall is on his 5th or 6th one. He has one right now and our doctor said 5 or 6 in 2 years really isn't that many compared to other kids. I thought it was quite a few. I don't know.
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October 30th, 2007, 05:53 AM
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I keep forgetting if I'm in the PR or here when I answer your threads Jami, haha. I keep noticing that I'm only answering about Tyler.

When Haley was a baby she had them CONSTANTLY for a few months. I had started college when she was only 7 mos old so I had to put her in daycare. She had been perfectly healthy up until this time and once she started daycare it was just one thing after another. Luckily after a few months my mom decided she would watch Haley for me until I finished school and she stopped getting sick after that.
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October 30th, 2007, 11:09 AM
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I keep forgetting if I'm in the PR or here when I answer your threads Jami, haha. I keep noticing that I'm only answering about Tyler.

When Haley was a baby she had them CONSTANTLY for a few months. I had started college when she was only 7 mos old so I had to put her in daycare. She had been perfectly healthy up until this time and once she started daycare it was just one thing after another. Luckily after a few months my mom decided she would watch Haley for me until I finished school and she stopped getting sick after that.[/b]
That is so nice that your mom could watch her. It is so hard if you have to (like me) put your kids in daycare because it feels sometimes like there is some kind of ailment going on ALL THE TIME!
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matthew hasn't had one yet. he's taken care of by his dad or my aunt during the day though. no daycare.
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November 2nd, 2007, 12:57 PM
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matthew hasn't had one yet. he's taken care of by his dad or my aunt during the day though. no daycare.[/b]
That's good. Ear infections are miserable.
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I've heard that I'm not looking forward to when he eventually gets one..or gets really sick with the flu or whatever...eek.
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Thank goodness, neither of our boys have dealt with an ear infection! (Knock on wood) I don't look forward to the day they do...
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I've heard that I'm not looking forward to when he eventually gets one..or gets really sick with the flu or whatever...eek.[/b]

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Thank goodness, neither of our boys have dealt with an ear infection! (Knock on wood) I don't look forward to the day they do...[/b]
Hopefully you ladies will get lucky and won't have to deal with it. We have been really lucky (knock on wood) and have not had to deal with the flu or any "really" bad illnesses except for the occassional bronchitis and ear infections.
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