My little Honeybear is not feeling so well. We did go visit the doctor, for what it was worth. He just said to watch him and if he has trouble breathing to bring him back. Honeybear is very congested. We invested in a nebuliser and have been using that with just plain saline. Also, we have been using breast milk in his nose. I know that breast milk in the nose sounds crazy, but it does work and the doctor said it was good for their noses. The nebuliser does seem to be working a little. I wanted to cry when I dropped him off at the day-care, but I have to come here and finish up on my deadlines. He was happy enough to be left there and there were only four of them today. (out of eleven kids). They were going to send the one baby home. I feel for the Mom because I know she must have left him there because she has to work, but on the other hand, he is probably contagious. The doctor says that they probably all have this RS Virus now, because it is so highly contagious, and that is probably what is making Honeybear all congested. However, Honeybear’s lungs are still fine for now. I’m doing this backwards here: One of the kids has RS virus and then six of them were hospitalised. We had Honeybear checked by the doctor to make sure he was fine, which he is. Maybe the breastfeeding is helping? Anyway, we are trying to do the nebulising thing, and hopefully he will be fine. Apparently this RS virus is all over the place. It congests them so bad, they have trouble breathing. They are hospitalised to administer oxygen and to nebulise. The doctor said one can only treat the symptoms because there is no cure for a virus, Honeybear needs to build his own antibodies (which hopefully the breastfeeding is helping with). He is has been sleeping in our bed since Saturday (at hubby’s suggestion). We are worried about this breathing thing, and if we would know he is having trouble breathing in another room. I love the King size bed! We all fit comfortably. It is horrible when your baby is sick. They are so little. Honeybear just wants to be carried the whole time. He spent all of yesterday asleep on my chest, or Hubby’s. We took turns. Anyway, I am almost finished with my last task so see you lot tomorrow.