Hi everybody I wanted to say thankyou for those who replied to my previous post and for the support thats been offered to me. I've found it really invaluable.
Holly starts a new nursery in a couple of weeks and we've been and met with the nursery head and some of the teachers. They know all about Holly's asthma and they've been shown how to use the nebuliser but I'm just a bit worried about whether they'll give her inhalers and the nebuliser in time when it's needed. They say they've never had a child thats had such severe asthma as Holly but they also say that they're confident they can deal with it. I'm also worried cos she has to use a special pushchair a lot of the time and I don't want her to feel different or be singled out.
I'll only be 10 minutes away from her but I'm worried that if they hesitate that 10 minutes could make a huge difference to her. I don't want to smother her or be pushy with the nursery but I am woried. She hasn't left my side since her last stay in hospital and I don't want her to but I also know that she's got to lead as full a life as possible and that includes nursey but I just can't shake the feeling that they might not pick up on the signs of her getting poorly.
I'd be grateful for any advice, even if it is telling me to get a grip and stop being so overprotective.