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Thursday, August 12, 2010
Perhaps Nolan's little art demonstration yesterday was really his attempt to write us a letter:
"Dear Mom: Just as an FYI, my right ear is going to start leaking again tonight."
Remember the ear infection he developed in California? We treated him with Ciprodex for the recommended period of time, things seemed to dry up, and we were relieved. Until last night, that is. Nolan started chucking his right hearing aid across the room yesterday, which usually indicates a dead battery or an ear infection. Sure enough, there is sticky fluid in the ear canal.
We're off to see the pediatrician at 4:00 today. We're in for more Ciprodex and possibly some oral antibiotics. Ugh.