We thought we could kick this nasty virus once and for all, but the boys were up coughing most of the night and Isaac woke up complaining about his ear hurting. So we paid our favorite doctor, Dr. Kersteff (Brooks refers to him affectionately as Dr. Curse, which Isaac likes to correct him and says “No Buddy, it’s Ker-STEFF!”) and Nurse Kim a visit this morning. The boys LOVED going to the doctor today and put on a comedy act while they were there. They really are growing up sooooo quickly.
I’m so glad we had them looked at because the boys have some serious deep wheezing going on that we weren’t aware of…
So now they are all on steroid treatments to boost their lungs. Can you imagine what our house is going to be like with four 3 year olds on ‘roid rage? Yeah, me neither.
We decided to take all the boys in to get their meds at Walgreens. I don’t think they’ve all been in a drug store at the same time before – such deprived little dudes.
We embraced the reactions, one liners, and comments for the pure entertainment of taking 4 curious, energetic, noisy BOYS into Walgreens. (Although we got quite the chuckle from another customer who just HAD to call someone on her cell phone one aisle over and tell them all about these 4 boys in the store who all look exactly alike. “No, I aint kiddin’ you. They were right next to me.” And the guy who asked if they were “Cooplets” was pretty priceless too.)
We even thought about buying one of these to add to the commotion, but we refrained.
After waiting for our meds, and practicing the “One Finger Touch Rule” over and over and OVER, and of course taking a bathroom pit stop, we were on our way.
Just another ordinary adventure in our not so ordinary lives with “Cooplets”.