|Less than 5 minutes into the test I was already|
reacting a bunch. It got worse, but
Mommy was too busy keeping me from itching
to take any pictures.
So we went today. It was a mixture of fun and totally not-fun-ness.
The good parts:
- I got to be topless (I am completely over the anti-naked thing I had as a baby by the way)
- I got to run around a doctors office and push the little rolly stool the doctors usually sit on!
- Mommy felt bad for me later and spoiled me rotten with a new toy truck!
|low score wins? Um, oops!|
The bad parts:
- They poked my back and made me super duper itchy!!!
As it turns out, I have not outgrown the whole cow juice allergy. In fact, the worst score they can give you is a five ... and I had a five for cow juice.
I also had a five for eggs.
Seriously, what is with that? I have never even had a stinking nut -- which from what the doctor said is probably a good thing. But I mean really, can't a guy catch a break? Why do I need more allergies?
|spinning the chair and throwing my|
pirates around while I wait
The good news is that the doctors said I don't have any serious weed or pollen allergies, yet. Mommy says that means I can pick weeds, but that doesn't sound like a good thing to me.
So now my parents are reading upon nutty allergies and say we have to be a little careful as we introduce new foods with me. I am not allowed to eat anything that Mommy doesn't read up on first, which really doesn't bother me too much because I am still uber picky about food and don't want to try much new stuff anyway.
They did give my parents some medicine to try to make all my stuffies go away. Hopefully it will make it so my head and ears hurt less, and I don't throw up snot. Throwing up stinks as is, throwing up snot really stinks.
So that updates you on my appointment for today. I am off to go play with my truck and let Mom use the computer for nutty research.