Myron has a temperature.
It's not high enough to register as fever on the digital thermometer, but he is pretty warm to the touch. 37.4 was his highest reading. Grandma said he has had a fright*, but it could also be that he is just teething.
Between midnight and 4am he was moaning in his sleep quite a bit, requiring Mommy to either nurse him, or pick him up to pat him, if he refused to nurse.
Max woke up.
I think he was dreaming of transformers, because that's what he started talking about.
Apart from that, he also busied himself with buttoning and unbuttoning his pajama shirt. He sure picked a swell time for some fine-motor skill practise.
Myron had had one more feed and his temperature had obviously come down a little (obvious to the touch, sparing the sleeping baby a beep at his ear).
Max kept asking if it's morning yet and wants to start playing with his toys.
Mommy's now sitting at the computer, but keeps telling him to lie down in bed and make himself sleep, but he is still whispering to himself, quoting bits and pieces of the script from a show (I think it's Transformers).
Now, if I am to get back to sleep, I am quite certain I will find it really hard to wake up in time to get the boys ready for school...
Myron "making noise" in his sleep again...
Gotta go check on him.
This is Myron's new teether...
And here's Myron in action:
Have a good day.
* It's a common Asian belief to say that a child who had had a fright/ traumatised to develop fever as well as nightmares, resulting in restless sleep and loss of appetite.