92/365: Elmo is out of Gamut

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We'll just pretend I rocked the SOOC's and that Elmo red is a color that my camera's sensor likes, mmmkay?

We've got a little rash going on on little guy's torso today. High fever for several days, with no other symptoms besides reduced appetite and increased crankiness, followed by onset of flat rash after the fever has broken. Bingo- Dr. Google says Roseola. At any rate, I can't wait until he's well!

10 comments:

Martha said...

I just came over from Click It Up a Notch to say thank you for teaching my teacher photography! Since you taught Courtney, you're like my photography grandma. Hope your guy gets better so soon.

karren said...

These of Emo are priceless! So cute.

Courtney said...

And Dr. Google is NEVER wrong :O) he he! I'm glad he likes him and is not terrified like my girls!

Valeria said...

I hope he gets better soon and Elmo is always a good help

Mindy said...

Aw...poor guy! Glad Elmo's there to help him feel better and I hope that rash goes away fast!

Marisa said...

Why is red so hard?? I have problems with red every time. It never looks right.

It always helps me to have a name for the symptoms. Glad you have a name. Thank you, Dr. Google. :)

Jaime said...

Cute! My middle guy (who we bought Elmo for at the same age) was soooo afraid of the Tickle Me one...we ended up giving the Elmo away. Imagine that??? ...anyone being afraid of harmless little Elmo. ;)

Branson @ Reflection of Something said...

These photos are darling!

Misty said...

My baby girl giggled from across the room when she saw these pictures. Maybe she needs an Elmo. :)

Laurie said...

I was thinking Roseola as I was reading that. Ben had it at 2 months old and then I got it! Who knew that adults could still get childhood illnesses. Not fun and very itchy. Thanks for checking in on me. And yes, Elmo is out of gamut at my house too ;)