Thursday, November 4, 2010

My bunny

Tonsillitis second in a row. It is crazy, this illness chain has started since he has been going to school every day. I am at home and cannot really do much for work. Fevers and crying. Fighting over taking antibiotics. I was actually going to write something different:

"When I was in my mummy's belly, it was dark. It was dark and I had a toy with me. It was a black airplane. It broke. Then the doctors took me out." I seriously doubt that this is a prenatal memory. I told him that he was in my belly. Maybe it was too early to tell him, it stuck in his head and he cannot imagine it nor understand it. What he said sound symbolic though. What broke? The plane?

8 comments:

juditsd said...

I hope he'll be better soon!

raining sheep said...

Oh poor you! I hope you are doing ok and that you don't get sick as well. I remember that with my boys when they first went to school. They were sick all the time.

Francesca said...

I'm so sorry. Tonsillitis, with all the restless coughing that comes with it, is miserable. Perhaps that's why he's having vivid thoughts about his life in your womb. I remember explaining my boys when they were very little that a friend had big tummy because there was a baby inside, and one of them asked "why did she eat him?".

Merruli said...

I'm so sorry to hear that starting school has meant this load of illnesses for Dominik, quite as you feared before he started ,that it might be the case. I hope he gains his share of immunity as soon as possible and you get to concentrate on your work.

The photo is phenomenal- actually it's like a painting!

Kasia said...

I hope your precious Bunny gets better soon. Sending warm thoughts and hugs,
Kasia
xxx

mieke willems said...

hi! can you please send me your address? (miekeverbijlen@hotmail.com) we still owe you something!

la casita said...

ah that remind me of our first year at nursery...it seems normal, they need to build up the immune system...
hope he will feel better soon.
If my daughter tells me such dream I would freak out...but that's me, I always freak out!

Bohemian girl said...

Hmm, he told me few days later that he could see the Sun outside from there, my belly. I asked him what color it was, he said Red, no, wait, yellow. (it is more likely red, right? but he used logic, Sun is yellow and corrected himself.) I must have said something, I think he rather has strong imagination than he would really remember. Freaky!