Like father - like daughter, my toddler has managed to get chicken pox twice! What happened to her father is common, light case as a child, heavy case as an adult. But my tot didn't wait for her adult years to get the 2nd round, it's been less than 6 months! At first I thought the spot was a bug bite, and when I found two more I thought maybe a rash... in my mind there was no way she could have them again. Then when the one on her forehead popped up there was no denying what it was. I took her to the doctor who confirmed she had chicken pox again. I asked how this could happen and she said possibly last time she didn't build up enough antibodies. I figured the doctor would send off for blood work, but she just sent us home. Now my poor 3 yr old is covered, and it's way worse than last time! Last time she had a lot of little itchy bumps and fever which lasted around 10 days or so. This time she has the large ones full of fluid and she keeps getting more and more, they're even all over her scalp. This was one way to ruin her vacation, she had a week off school and lots of fun activities planned, of course they were all cancelled after our doctor appointment mid-week. I'm crossing my fingers this round will be enough to build up the proper antibodies so she doesn't have to suffer through it again. Anyone else know of a toddler that had chicken pox twice?