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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Dinner at the Greek Festival

Saturday early, early morning Kaitlynn woke up with a 101 temperature. Children's Tylenol brought the temperature down. Kaitlynn was fine the rest of the day, again almost bouncing off the walls. We decided to go to the Greek Festival for dinner. The pediatric dentist called to check on Kaitlynn. I told him she was doing much better and wasn't running a fever anymore. We noticed that the redness on her cheeks were back and there were even some bumps on her cheeks. We assumed it was from the surgical tape and the heat. We were only in the heat a short amount of time (though). Dave saw a few bumps on her left arm, but we weren't sure what they could be from and kind of brushed it off. She seemed to be feeling fine, just a little irritable. We ate dinner, listened to music and watched some Greek children dance. Kaitlynn had fun taking pictures of Dave and me with the camera. Then Dave tried to take a picture of her and me and she got ticked. She threw her purse across the table. After talking about that and having her apologize to the people we were sitting with, we went outside. We ate dessert and then Kaitlynn said she was ready to go home. She continued to seem fine with the exception of being irritable. She was hitting and throwing much more than her typical 3 year old self. We just chalked it up to the sedation and still feeling some affects from that and / or the surgery.

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