The dreaded flu season is nearly upon us.
And, we've been planning for it... another hibernation.
To prepare, Connor's had round 1 of 2 of the regular flu shot, and will likely begin his monthly RSV vaccination soon. (No, he won't be receiving the swine flu vaccine this year.)
Brian and I have plans to get our own regular flu shots in the next few weeks (both of us did last year, and the flu bugs skipped our house last season - we were exhausted, stressed out, and traveling to the hospital every single day).
I've tried to coordinate some in-home therapy for Connor through Early Intervention, but they've decided that he's right on track for his adjusted age, and there's no need. We'll reevaluate in a few months. (In the meantime, his private therapy is on hiatus come October.)
We'll be extra careful here, especially to limit Connor's exposure (we already spent 120 days too many in the hospital this past year).
Thanks to Mindi for posting this ever helpful greeting guide (as seen in the NYTimes).
So, if we just wave at you, or seem standoffish, it's nothing personal... we're just practicing germaphobes for the next few months.