- 4 years ago
- Wedding: Saint Domingue
i think you’re all totally right on all fronts: a seamstress sewing in a lining will most likely work just fine, everything will seem much easier when my poor littlest guy isn’t in such scary rough shape and I’ve had more than two winks of sleep over five days.
Thanks to you all, even those I may or may not have misunderstood. Your advice has all been very helpful and I appreciate it all.
Because as long as I have August 20th to look forward to, he and everyone I know are there and are entirely happy and healthy and there’s no wondering why a 106.7F fever won’t go away.
Secondly, I think that having a lining sewn into your gown might be the simplest solution to your undergarment issue, but if that’s not possible, I think Amanda1988’s underdress type slip should also work just fine.
I skipped a lot of the words but how about having your seamstress trim the back of the Yummie slip down so that it doiesn’t show through your dress? If you already have the slip this would be an inexpensive solution.
And to anyone else I’ve not mentioned my name in this response (I’ve certainly not forgotten you, but truly want to thank you for your help and support during my oh-my-God-my-kid-may-be-seriously-ill-and-I’m-utterly-helpless-so-I’ll-concentrate-on-things-I-CAN-control-and-quite-frankly-overthink-them-and-freak-out-anyway freak out. 😢😢😢😢😢)
Turns out my RN instincts were right (I told everyone who we saw “he smells like strep) the whole time: he had strep and the rapid strep test was a false negative.However, the hospital never called in a prescription for antibiotics for him nor did they call me so he was able to get back up to 106.7F the night we did find out by “accident” because I did take him BACK to be seen by healthcare providers yet again because of his severe fever and severe headache that was on its sixth day (I think? Not sure. It all ran together after so many days) and they noticed the mistake by the hospital of not calling in the prescription when his culture grew strep! Thank goodness I kept at it and kept demanding to know why he had a dangerously high fever and severe headache. if I hadn’t he very well may have become a statistic of gross malpractice/negligence on the part of the hospital where we sought emergency care for him.
Now, on to MUCH nicer news: I was able to try on the reception gown with the Yummie slip today and it works so well EXCEPT the back would need cutting down to match the low back of the gown and then I think just sime tacking onto the gown to help it stay out better. When I opened up the Yummie Slip I was like, “Really???”. It is SO sheer I wondered how in the world it was going to help hide anything, but it does just beautifully! It’s really impressive And I highly recommend it to others needing a similar fix. So, I’ve settled down quite a bit on all fronts and feel so much better now that my baby of all my babies is on the mend! Thank you again each and every one of you ladies and I really do mean that!
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