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Time is just flying by.. In a blink of an eye, it will be his first birthday..
The past few weeks have been really hard on me.. With going back to work and he's been battling an extreme case of cradle cap and him having so much hair makes it hard to treat.. Took him to the Peds and both Fungel and Bacteria cultures came back negative, so that's a sigh of relief.. What makes it hard is that it's weaping, which is like clear yellow liquid gets all over everything.. It's sad that he got my DH sensitive skin gene.. I just pray in a few weeks it starts to clear up..
But I enjoy every minute with him. He's such a blessing..
Thanks for reading this and letting me vent about his cradle cap issue.
We are truely blessed to have such healthy babies..
Originally Posted by Rachelmarie621
. have u tried that shampoo that mrscheriezach suggested? her daughter had it REALLY bad also.
I haven't tried it.. He doesn't have a "flake" problem.. That stuff comes off easily, it's the weaping of liquid stuff on the exposed skin.. The problem is when the dry skin gets removed, the skin weaps then it heals with the dry skin.. Then I would shampoo, then the dry skin comes off and the weaping begins.. It's a never ending cycle.. We are using a vary low strength steroid cream (like cortisone) to calm down the skin..
It looks like this on a good day.. It's slowly working it's way to his ears and see how his hair gets stuck to his head when the liquid finally dries.. Even the top of his ear weaps that liquid stuff..
If mrscheriezach daughter had it this bad and it worked.. I'd be more then willing to try it.. But the only thing that calms it down is a prescription strength steroid cream..
Last edited by Adriana's Mommy; January 23rd, 2010 at 08:09 AM.