I hope she feels better sophiegrace, hopefully Tylenol can bring it down. It's totally not your fault, it happens.
And I'm totally not being snarky, serious question, you said the fever was 100.2 which to celsius is 37.889. I was told that a fever isnt a fever until it's 38 but even then a dose of Tylenol will usually bring it down and there isnt a real worry until it is closer to 40 (104F). Was I told wrong? Are the standards different?
Depends on the thermometer I think. For rectal a fever is 100.4 I believe, as well as our temporal one. With J, I can sometimes tell if it's approaching that since he is out of sorts and it's normally lower. My pediatrician always says to treat the child not the fever, so give Tylenol based on how kid is acting, so if seems fine with a fever, to let it ride, but to dose if uncomfortable.
So my pedi has 2 kids, a little older, but I can't imagine she completely forgot what it was like. I mean, sometimes E will fall asleep on her own, but more often needs intervention. And I'm ok with that right now.
Re: 4 month regression. Im lucky that it wasn't anything dramatic for me with O. Less sleep for sure, but it didn't kill me. I got pretty efficient at putting him back to sleep. By 6 or 7 months though, I was fed up with rocking him to sleep. More just annoyed than sleep deprived.
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