She’s negative

isabellea

Combining beach and Disney!
Joined
Jan 22, 2014
Phew! Always a good news when that test is negative. But it's not easy while you wait. I had my oldest tested twice since July. First time for a diarrhea and the second time for a sore throat and runny nose. Both times the test was negative (as expected but 1% chance was still too high for me not to have her tested) and both times, we decided to isolate as a family. But I have friends who did like you and only isolated the child until the test result arrived. Not right way to do it imho.
 

TammyLynn33

DIS Veteran
Joined
Oct 8, 2008
I think you misunderstood . We absolutely isolated as a family but I isolated her from her siblings my littles and the rest of the immediate family ( our household ) to protect them if she indeed was positive .

So not sure what “did like you “ means. Maybe we should ask questions before we quickly jump to conclusions




Phew! Always a good news when that test is negative. But it's not easy while you wait. I had my oldest tested twice since July. First time for a diarrhea and the second time for a sore throat and runny nose. Both times the test was negative (as expected but 1% chance was still too high for me not to have her tested) and both times, we decided to isolate as a family. But I have friends who did like you and only isolated the child until the test result arrived. Not right way to do it imho.
 

isabellea

Combining beach and Disney!
Joined
Jan 22, 2014
I think you misunderstood . We absolutely isolated as a family but I isolated her from her siblings my littles and the rest of the immediate family ( our household ) to protect them if she indeed was positive .

So not sure what “did like you “ means. Maybe we should ask questions before we quickly jump to conclusions
No need to be snarky. I was sympathizing with you but I guess I should just 'shut up' in the future when I see your posts. I meant what I wrote, some friends isolated their kids from the rest of their family while we decided not to isolate her from the rest of us. No way is best, just different ways to do it.
 

wdwmom3

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 16, 2012
No need to be snarky. I was sympathizing with you but I guess I should just 'shut up' in the future when I see your posts. I meant what I wrote, some friends isolated their kids from the rest of their family while we decided not to isolate her from the rest of us. No way is best, just different ways to do it.
You actually didn’t sound like you were sympathizing. You actually sounded pretty judgy.
 

Madame

DIS Veteran
Joined
Mar 15, 2014
No need to be snarky. I was sympathizing with you but I guess I should just 'shut up' in the future when I see your posts. I meant what I wrote, some friends isolated their kids from the rest of their family while we decided not to isolate her from the rest of us. No way is best, just different ways to do it.
Think it was just a typo. You put « noT right way to do it » and meant « nO right way to do it. Un simple malentendu.
 

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