Elisabeth is still sick, and getting her to eat and drink anything is a huge struggle. It's okay if she doesn't want to eat much, but I don't want to end up with a dehydrated 2-year-old! Poor thing. So we're having a slow day at home taking care of her. So far Catherine seems to have escaped getting the same bug (and fortunately my husband and I have too), but we'll see in a few more days just exactly who starts sniffling.
So between that and the possible coming snowstorm, my workout plan for the week (in my right sidebar) may be just so many good intentions. I can always sit on the bike trainer, that doesn't involve getting out of the living room.
We were unable to get a hearing test appointment for Elisabeth until next MARCH! Bah. It has to be done at a hospital because it requires full sedation. So we have to just wait and see about a real diagnosis on her speech delay. I'm very impatient on this, but there doesn't seem to be much we can do to speed it up aside from getting on the waiting list for an earlier slot. I've already cancelled her speech therapy appointment for tomorrow, and will probably have to cancel her regular OT appointment on Wednesday, too. Hopefully she'll turn the corner today and start feeling better, but she will still be a contagious mass of baby germs.
I *think* her hearing is reasonably good, but we don't know for sure. My husband and I keep watching her and saying, "Look, she heard THAT!" whenever she reacts to a sound, but that's not exactly an objective test across all frequencies. We'll have to wait and be patient, I guess.