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to miss lo's nativity tomorrow

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lauryloo · 17/12/2019 14:24

I have the dreaded norovirus - only started this morning and I am not going to go to lo's nativity tomorrow morning as i am sure i'll still be contagious

I've said to a few people and some people have suggested i just go - surely that is a horrible idea? i'd hate to pass this on to anyone the week before xmas!

I am doing the right thing aren't i? Her nana and Daddy will both be there

OP posts:

ohmysoul · 17/12/2019 14:24

Don't go! You will definitely infect people.


PlugUgly1980 · 17/12/2019 14:25

Completely sensible! Especially if she has other special people to watch her.


BlaueLagune · 17/12/2019 14:25

No don't go. Why on earth would people think that was a good idea?


ThePlantsitter · 17/12/2019 14:26

Aw, sorry for you to miss it. But yes don't go!


chellochello · 17/12/2019 14:27

You're definitely doing the right thing - If its full on norovirus you physically won't be able to go anyway.

She's got her nana and dad going so she's still got people there to support her - ask them to maybe try and get a little video of her

hope you're well for Christmas


PurpleDaisies · 17/12/2019 14:27

Definitely don’t go!


peachypetite · 17/12/2019 14:28

How will you even be able to leave the house with norovirus?


Crunchymum · 17/12/2019 14:31

Who the fuck is telling you to "just go" ?

Please do not go! Can anyone go in your place?


lauryloo · 17/12/2019 14:31

there is no way i'd physically be able to stay away from the toilet long enough to go as it stands!

OP posts:

Winterdaysarehere · 17/12/2019 14:31

Stock up on cakes and biscuits in preparation for the re enactment when they get home!!
I missed ds's singing last week due to school deciding to start early. I was waiting to be let in at the main door but nobody answered!! Fuming tbh!!
Made ds do it again when we got back!!


Crunchymum · 17/12/2019 14:32

Just seen that Dad and granny will be there.


NotSoThinLizzy · 17/12/2019 14:38

Get them to record it and lots of pics (if school allows it) reenactment when home. Hope you feel better soon.


ArthurMorgan · 17/12/2019 15:50

No don't go, my dd has just got over it. You really don't want to go and throw up (or worse)... And you'll infect other people at Christmas time!


CakeandCustard28 · 17/12/2019 15:53

Don’t go. People won’t thank you for it and it’ll ruin their Christmas. Your doing the right thing OP, thank you for considering others. Wish everyone was like you.


GaraMedouar · 17/12/2019 15:54

Don't go. You are totally right.


woodymiller · 17/12/2019 16:23

Don't go. Do you want to risk being known as "that Mum who spewed over an angel, the donkey and one of the kings" until your dc leave high school?


gothefcktosleep · 17/12/2019 16:36

Absolutely don’t go. Currently at home getting over it but toddler still has a dodgy run. It’d be horrible to pass it on.

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