Because Ellery’s thrush wasn’t clearing up as fast as our pediatrician would have liked, he up-ed her dose when he diagnosed Easton and Gianna’s thrush. I now have to give them each 4 ml’s of medicine, four times a day (initially I was giving Ellery 2 ml’s two times a day). The medicine is yellow, and the babies don’t love the taste so they spit it out. After the initial swab, they clench their lips tight together making it hard to get the swab into their mouth. Oh, what joys - and it is only the beginning!
They have also joined the ranks of disliking each other at times. If I put them too close together, they will start to push and kick each other (when awake). So, I have had to separate them. :) I am just waiting for the first black eye! It is amazing to me how big they are getting. I know they are teeny-tiny for their actual age, but to me they are growing like weeds!