Okay nobody jump down my throat for posting this on here, but I know you guys and don't dare go on the other forum.......
5 year old daughter got sent home early from school because she has little tiny red bumps all over her arms and they itch. They aren't on her stomach or back or anywhere else just her arms. They were raised when she was itching them, but now they are going down but still red little spots.
We went to Disney World but got back two days ago so I don't think it has anything to do with that.
Don't think it's fifth disease either.
What I am wondering is she ate a peanut butter and strawberry jelly sandwich at lunch at about 10:45 am, and I got the call from school about 12:30 pm, could it be a mild allergy to that or is that too long of a period of time from the time she got them from the time she ate lunch?
Well, funny thing...... it went away already. lol
I may try and give her another peanut butter sandwich again and see what happens. Not today though.
I wonder if the teacher cleaned their desks while they were at lunch?????
lol never a dull moment.
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