Remember that last post that mentioned sipping some tea and finishing off my book....that never happened. Megan started crying at about 10:30pm that night because she coudn't find her Little Bunny Foo Foo that she likes to sleep with. So in I went with Foo Foo, and stayed in there with her for about 20 minutes.
By 12:30am she started crying again, and I realized she was burning up with a temperature of 103.2. So I gave her some Motrin and hung out with her for about another 30 minutes giving her a cool washcloth for her head.
By 3:30am she had vomitted all over her bed and climbed in with me.
By 4:30am she had vomitted all over my side of the bed. By now I was too tired to think like a rational person, so I just threw a towel over the mess, cleaned her up and rolled her over to the other side of the bed to sleep with me.
By 6:30am the boys were up and ready to start their day.
So much of my Sunday morning was spent cleaning up from the overnight mess. I finally got Megan settled into her own clean bed by about 2pm, when I got another call to tour the house. I almost told the family that I just couldn't do it. But since the house was really clean and Keith was here to corral the kids, I told the people to give me an hour and come on over. So I cleaned and vaccumed in all the rooms except Megan's and about 2 minutes before the family was due in, I carried Megan out to the couch with her pillow and fankies (her 2 favorite blankets), made her bed and vaccumed her room. I'm really getting good at this last minute stuff, since the doorbell rang just as I was putting the vaccum cleaner back into the closet.
We haven't officially accepted any offers yet, but it's looking pretty promising that we'll have great news to report soon.
On another note, I ordered my cap and gown for graduation today. There's only about 8 weeks until graduation, and that looks like it will be a pretty nice weekend-long affair.
I'm heading to bed in just a little bit, since Megan woke me up at 3:30am today vomitting in her bed again and had another high fever this afternoon. Keith went in and snuggled in her bed for a while and I went to the store for more Tylenol and Motrin. She made him stay in her bed and watch about 30 minutes of The Little Mermaid (thank goodness for the portable DVD player!). She was sounding pretty bossy before she went to bed, so I'm hoping she's on the road to recovery.