As aof two grown daughters, I certainly have experience when it comes to tending to the needs of sick kids. You can say I’ve “been there, done that.” I learned to recognize illness symptoms in my babies from both my own mom and my mother-in-law, both who shared their parenting tips with me and taught me well.
Now that I’m a baby boomer and take care of myafter ends as well as when I babysit on weekends when their parents enjoy dining out, I’m still on the lookout for signs of illness if the kids tend to be fussy. My oldest daughter is constantly on the phone with me, picking my brain, and I’m more than happy to share my wisdom with her.
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