Friday, February 26, 2010

Panera's Wi-Fi Loss Prevention Owes Olivia

She went ahead and had another febrile seizure this morning. Which totally screwed my plans to steal Internet in the Panera parking lot. You are welcome, Panera.

She is fine. Totally passed out in a drug-induced slumber.

I wanted to post about annoying people at the gym, but I've been totally thrown off track by the male nurse wearing HEAD TO TOE STONE WASHED DENIM SCRUBS. And? AND! A Fannie Pack. I kid you not.

So. Happy Friday. I'm sitting at home with a sick baybee. I expect another seizure, because Olivia is trying to clinch her spot as the Only Child. She's very Wiley.


22 comments:

Kansas said...

Aw that just sucks. These seizures are really unacceptable! I hope they get them under control soon!

As for the scrubs, wtf? Who makes/sells those and thinks, Yes, Someone will want to spend their hard earned dollars on these?
I want stone washed scrubs representing my company. Obviously.

Crossed Fingers said...

Sorry to hear about her latest seizure but glad to hear she's doing OK.

liina said...

According to many laydeez magazines - head to toe denim and fannie packs are totally IN at the moment :|

areyoukiddingme said...

Please stop with the seizures, Olivia!

Panera's wifi is calling to be stolen, and we need to hear more about the annoying people at the gym, so we'll be needing you to not distract your mom anymore.

Feel better soon, little one.

kimbosue said...

Poor, poor Miss O! Sorry she has to ruin everyone's weekend plans.

Feel better soon princess.

Jaci said...

The male nurse must shop at Goodwill, where all stone washed denim goes to die.

Along with early 90's prom dresses.

No more seizures, Olivia! Do you want a little sister to fart on and call pig head when you're seven? Mmm-hmm. That's what I thought. :)

Dawn's Recipes said...

So scary! Do they know why she keeps having them?

Mrs. Higrens said...

Was there a mullet or feathered hair to go along with the stone washed scrubs and fanny pack? Because that would be teh awesome.

Not teh awesome? Being at the hospital because Olivia had another seizure. I hope they get it figured out soon!

Laurel said...

Oh, Olivia, please stop with the seizures. I'm a random internets stranger and you're freaking me out, so imagine how your mom must feel.

Hope your coming days are refreshingly denim-suit and seizure-free, and filled with stolen wi-fi, Jen!

Laurel said...

Oh, Olivia, please stop with the seizures. I'm a random internets stranger and you're freaking me out, so imagine how your mom must feel.

Hope your coming days are refreshingly denim-suit and seizure-free, and filled with stolen wi-fi, Jen!

Kristy said...

Aww poor Olivia! And poor Mama. Will she grow out of these? This freaks me out and I'm about to have a second baby and since my first was so perfect, I am imagining my 2nd sprouting horns and becoming the devil child and I could see him/her doing something like this. You know because we don't put up with enough.

Carter said...

I'm so sorry about the seizure, but you are awesome for seeing the humor here. Thank God for the male nurse. In a related matter, I have started seeing lots of "jorts" in stores for spring/summer. And not just in women's wear. Men, too. Yikes.

Leah said...

I hope they figure something out soon! My prayers are with you.
And the scrubs and fannie pack- beyond awesome!! Did you happen to take a picture you know while trying to be with your sick baby?

lena said...

A fannie pack completes any outfit. Hope your weekend goes better.

Krystle said...

You must be getting really good at handling the seizures. Peyton had one last week and I couldn't talk without crying for over 4 hours. She didn't have a fever though, so we don't know what caused it. Can you give her tylenol around the clock, or something? What's her temp spike to when she has these seizures?

HereWeGoAJen said...

ACK!

I'm thinking about you guys.

Good Egg Hunting said...

Ugh -- I am so sorry! I can't even think of anything lighthearted to say, because it's so not a lighthearted topic! I hope they go far, far away (to the place where the stonewashed items go to die) very soon!

..R.. said...

I do not mean to make light of the seizures, but had to tell you this -

I work at a nursing home with a CNA that wears a fanny pack his whole shift.
AND.
AND he wears sports glasses. You know, the goofy kind they wear on the bball courts. Its hilarious. Because he's a CNA. Everyone giggles at him behind his back.

He is also just a goofy SOB.

Heather said...

I'm so sorry. I hope this stop. My best friend at work has twin boys that are five years old and one is has epilepsy. Do they have any idea what's up?

JenJen said...

I am super glad she is alright. I get so freaking freaked out when my little one goes all sick-like, I can't even handle it. And I'm trained in medical awareness and de-sensitization.

On another note, that nurse must've been a total crackhead. Denim is horrific, especially to patients. And fanny packs? No need! What was her deal???

JenM said...

Please tell me you got a picture of the male nurse. I mean, you ought to get something ought of these trips to the hospital, right?

I am sorry Olivia is having these seizures :-( Poor baby, poor Mommy.

sabrina's spot said...

I'm sorry you had to go through this with your wittle baybee. Are they sure it was a febrile seizure? My son had 2 febrile seizures and then had one without. They're running tests on him to find out whether or not he's got epilepsy.
Now, about that male nurse....FUNNY!!!