So we're going to a class on Wednesday nights at a church in town, not the church we normally attend. The first night I talked to the person in charge of Caris' age group to let them know she is allergic to nuts, and they assured me that they were already a peanut-free zone. Awesome!
Last week Alif picked her up after class and when we met up, he told me that there had been a peanut "incident". Apparently her age group had done a craft including peanuts, and Caris saw the peanuts and asked her leader if they were real. When she was told that they were real, she left the craft room and went back to her own room. Her face was broken out a bit but nothing terrible.
Well. Yesterday she woke up with hives all over her tummy and back, and the rest of her body was so extremely broken out. I asked her again to tell me the whole story and come to find out, the kids had brought their peanut crafts back to the classroom with them. So. My peanut-allergic daughter was breathing in peanuts for a good portion of the class.
Today I noticed that a couple of the open sores had (cover your eyes if you're squeamish) pus in them. As the day went by, more and more little blisters were popping up with pus inside. Off to the urgent care, where they said she was infected (really? LOL) and tested her for MRSA and put her on oral and topical antibiotics.
Oh Lord please, please, please heal my precious daughter. PLEASE.