Friday, February 15, 2019

Random Tid Bits


  1. I'm back to feeling yucky. I swear it's from the dry air. I've had a steamer going every day at work. My one at home broke, so I should go buy another one. It just keeps snowing! 



  2. We get comments that Mica looks so much like Travis. I think both boys look like both of us. I'm the one stepping into the boots, and Travis is the one by his sister.


  3. Whenever I see a money change thing - pictured below I think of Pizza Rolls. My husband was waiting to eat some because they were so hot. I said, "You're eating them wrong. You have to bite an edge, open it up like a plastic change purse, and blow." He knew what I was talking about and laughed. 


  4. This week we had 2 people drop. It's sad, but if they are not all in, then they shouldn't be here. 

  5. Mica has some weirdness going on with his skin. Surprise not really. It seems like the boys always have some skin thing going on. We've had Ring Worm from the mats at the Y, warts, rashes all over from something outside, rashes from mud at camp, eczema, Isaak has a birthmark on his spine which is a big deal apparently and more.

    Here's Mica's newest weird thing (see pictures below). It's a brown blotting, discolored skin. It's flat. He wasn't born with it. It doesn't bother him. It started out on his arm, and now is below his ear. I emailed pictures to his doctor, and they wanted the boys to come in. We skipped their last yearly well check. I thought it was dirt, and was trying to wash it off. It's not going anywhere.

    It's kind of like how dark skinned people can get Vitiligo, but the opposite. It really looks the most like Melasma. Melasma usually forms on the face on women that are pregnant. Have you ever had a random oddity happen with your skin? 



4 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

I think the boys do have a good mix of both you and Travis in them. I think Mariah looks like Jason and Allison is my mini-me.

My skin has always been fine, but last year I started getting these weird patches all over my skin. I was worried it was lupus because I read that can be a side affect of the biologics I have to have. Thankfully, that test came back negative. My doctor prescribed some cream for eczema, and while it hasn't healed it, it has reduced some of the inflammation. Good luck finding out what those brown splotches are!

mail4rosey said...

I haven't had anything happen with my skin that I can think of, outside of a little dot that's raised but not a mole on my thigh. It's been there for so many years, I'd forgotten about it until I read this post. I hope you find out what his patches are. I think your oldest looks a lot like your husband's sister! :)

Ai Sakura said...

I've some dark spots on my cheeks that I had to laser off.. they won't go away naturally and even then, I've been told that they will likely return. I think they were sun spots?

Living in tropical Singapore now, I do miss having cold winter days.. although I'm sure you must be sick of it already haha. Stay warm and safe!

indah nuria Savitri said...

I love to see your and Travis' photos ..and the kids are really the mixed of your two!

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