Freebie Friday – Delish [Pixel Scrapper February Blog Train]

January has swept right past me in a whirl of heat, caffeine, and chicken pox. 3 kids, four weeks, and so, so many spots.

My oldest bought it home from primary school, just in time for the new year! He was first, followed by the youngest two almost exactly fourteen days later.

Thanks to scheduled shots when they were toddlers, Mr 7 and Mr 5 had approximately 25 spots between them. No fevers, a bit of grumpiness the day before the spots appeared, and then some itching – and it was over almost before it began.

The baby, however – my 10 month old, too young to be vaccinated – was hit with it like a freight train. It was two weeks of torture for my little man. He’s now recovered like a little trooper and all we have as reminder of his wretched experience with varicella are the rapidly fading pock marks on his tiny little body.

On the up side, school’s back in session – THANK EFFING GOODNESS.

Luckily I had this month’s blog train contribution all prepared for February (unlike my extreme lack of preparing for January, oops). A bit of a hodge podge of bright colours and sweet things. Don’t forget to check out the forum for more delish goodies.

Happy scrapping!

8 thoughts on “Freebie Friday – Delish [Pixel Scrapper February Blog Train]”

  1. Thank you for your gift. My son had chicken pox as a senior in high school. They didn’t have vacinations for chicken pox then. He was sick like your baby. Definitely not fun!

  2. Chicken pox sucks. They didn’t have a shot for it when I was a baby, and my parents had us play with every kid who had it every time it was going around, but I never caught it….until I was 20 and my 1-yr-old brought it home from daycare and I caught it from him. It was MISERABLE, and I came down with it literally on my birthday, too. 🙁

    Glad to hear everyone’s on the mend.

  3. Thanks, Trish, for your lovely gift. It sounds like your January was really crazy. Praying that February finds you and yours healthy and happy!

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