Stop what you're doing right now and go look up the 24 hour pharmacies in your area.
That way, you'll already know where they are when your kid spikes a 104.7 temp at 11:00 pm and proceeds to immediately vomit up his dose of ibuprofen, leaving you no way of knowing if his fever is going to go down, and when the on-call nurse sends you out in the coldest night of the year to get Tylenol suppositories, you won't have to take twenty minutes to figure out where you need to go.
Better yet, just go ahead and get some of those suppositories the next time you're at a pharmacy.
Said child seems to be doing ok today. And the pedi's suggestion that Kira may have been battling a virus along with her ear infection seems to have been an accurate assumption.
(And thank you, Mom, for taking my 15 middle of the night phone calls and making the scary part of parenting a little less so.)
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