Mama Drama: Puppy Dogs and Rainbows Edition
Not to state the obvious, but this is EXACTLY why I don’t share many personal details about my life on Facebook. I don’t talk about irregular Pap smears, painful menstrual cramps, weird itches, embarrassing toenail infections, random allergy tests… you get the point. And it’s not just because those are private, personal details. It’s because you can drive your friends batty with constant references to fluctuating health issues. After the eighth or so distressed status update one begins to sound like a paranoid, irrational hypochondriac.
The fact is, Peyton either does or does not have diabetes. It’s a lousy situation, but Krystle’s frequent updates about every WBC count and every visit to the developmental specialist, OT & PT and geneticist aren’t gaining her much sympathy, as evidenced by Samantha and Tabitha’s comments. When your friends have resorted to TYPING IN ALL CAPS IT MEANS YOU SHOULD PROBABLY STOP TALKING ABOUT YOUR DAUGHTER’S URINE ON FACEBOOK. Just a thought.
(submitted by Anonymous)