We're in our 5th week of public school 4-K for our WonderTrips.
That's all it took for our Paloma to catch the outbreak of H1N1 going through her school.
Our poor Po is so sick. We spoke to our pediatrician at length, who agreed that Paloma has H1N1 or the seasonal flu. It doesn't really matter, because it's too late to treat and the flu is the flu, no matter the strain. We're guessing H1N1, since a bunch of other kids in her class have it. Either way, we chose not to test because 1) it doesn't matter and 2) I prefer not to have the holier-than-thou "My child is healthy so how dare you bring H1N1 into our school" parent lynch mob after us. Because it totally exists, and they scare me.
So let's do the math. 5 kids. Sick in successive order with a flu that takes a good 7 days to kick. Hmmmmmm. . . .
We should be able to leave our house and rejoin society maybe . . .November?