Henry was upset most of Monday night. Tuesday morning he seemed fine. Around noon, Maryellen wrote to tell me that he had a fever and I should come pick him up. I took him to the pediatrician and he has some blisters on the back of his throat. Apparently this is a common virus called Coxsackie.
Our Tuesday night was spent taking turns trying to soothe Henry boy. This was the most sick he has ever been in his short life. I was unable to take him to daycare today and his fever has been up and down. As of my writing this, he seems to be feeling a lot better and was smiling and crawling around most of the night. Hopefully, we can get him back in the swing of things tomorrow.
Henry got a chance to attend his first concert Wednesday night. Every year there is a series of free blues concerts outside near the World Financial Center. B.B. King just happened to be the first performer this year. We couldn’t see too much, but Henry and I danced a little bit. After a few songs, Henry got a little bit tired so we headed home, but it was pretty cool that he could hear a legendary blues guitarist for his first show. Mark couldn’t attend because he was working late and we missed him.
Henry’s on the move. He’s utilizing the coffee table to take the first steps towards cruising, crawling and, with my help, sliding.