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Daniel's eczema doesn't seem to have improved much. I've stopped giving him the Claratin because he really hated it and it was just not worth fighting with him to get it down him. It didn't seem to help him anyway. I like the new cream we have, but I'm not confident that it is strong enough.
I've been putting off finding a Dermatologist because I just didn't want to have to travel to Baltimore. I hate going to Baltimore. I love Baltimore, but I hate the long drive. Plus I feel obligated to visit family and friends when I'm there so it would really be an alllll day thing.
And as if I need any more skin conditions, I think I've developed Rosacea. Ugh, I look like a high school kid. Only they're just bumps, they don't actually have a head on them.
Aw! I've been really busy myself lol We were just in Baltimore today! It was so HOOOOOT, we had to re-apply Julia's sunscreen at least 3xs.
Sorry you seem to be having a difficult skin time for both you and Daniel! Summer seems to be worse for Julia as well, maybe it's just the heat, and how sweaty you get from 90 degree weather lol[/b]
He he, I spied your pictures on October. Looks like ya'll had a good time, despite the heat. When I lived in Baltimore City, we would always walk to the harbor in the summer. It was great, back in the day.
I really do think the weather makes Daniel's skin worse. I know I get itchy when I get hot, and my face gets really really red, even though it's not sunburn.