Son has the pox. Poor little guy. I'm going to have to come out of work unpaid whilst he's poorly, and I was only just getting re-established. We were just getting into the swing of toilet training too.
Anyway, the hospital aren't too worried as daughter still has evidence of the antibodies in her blood from when she had it as a child. If they don't have these, cancer patients can face several days of IV antibiotics in hospital in order to ensure they don't catch the disease. It can be fatal.
I'll still be watching daughter like a hawk though as she did develop shingles recently - as did several of the children with cancer at our clinic - and that meant lots of antibiotics at home.
I am keeping my fingers crossed.