Aww I know its hard, my kids were about your girls age when all the medical issues started with us. Kids understand a lot more than we think they do, they can see when something's not right. I know your are not dx yet, perhaps you thought things might get better and you didn't want to worry them. Telling them youre ok though when youre not really only makes them worry more as you are seeing in Danielle now. It'll be ok though! It just might be time to tell them what's going on.
I know not being dx makes it a little more difficult but you could explain that you have good days and bad days and the doctors are taking good care of you. If they ask questions, try and explain best as you can at their level of comprehension. If you wanted to tell them what they think it might be, as Lysha explained, the National MS society has a special section just for kids. They can even get their very own newsletter about it.
Don't worry Rhonda, it'll be ok. You might be surprised at how even very young kids can be a tremendous source of support and help to you.
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