Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Bodily Fluids

As my sister deftly pointed out to me, it does appear that one or more of my children is ALWAYS throwing-up. I so wish I could refute this with witty words of denial, but I'd be lying. I do declare, that there is a lot of vomiting that goes on around here.

So yeah.

I wonder if, prior to having children, if someone had WARNED me about the constant stream of fluids that comes out of a small person, I might have been dissuaded from taking that leap.


Of course I wouldn't have.

But seriously people, if it's not one thing, it's another. The past week has been vomit.

And my hands are cracked from washing, in attempts to keep the virus from spreading.

And it didn't work.

First it was Spencer.

Now Henry.

I am REALLY hoping it doesn't hit Oliver. I do not want to deal with a seven-week-old with the stomach flu.

I'd like to take a moment to publicly thank the mystery Nursery child(ren) who gave Spencer whatever plague he brought into our home.

So THANKS gross little toddler(s) who suck on toys that my child then sucks on. You are seriously an inspiration to all people trying to infect other people. And while I'm at it, thanks to whatever parents sent their sick kid to church. You.are.awesome.

Alice is coming at the end of this week, and then next week we're heading for Utah, so this disease needs to be gone from us!

BEGONE! I say.


Melissa said...

LOL, I love your posts! Makes me think I'm doing the right thing having another baby... Just kidding. I kinda know what I'm in for. It's the sicknesses that help us to appreciate health, right? :)

Lenaya and Xiana said...

So things are pretty much just the same as usual huh? Just kidding, I am so sorry you guys are sick and will keep little oliver in my prayers because you do not want a sick baby! Miss you guys like crazy... I'm not sure Xiana has realized we're gone yet with so much excitement here, but I have. :) I got put on a playgroup email list at church on Sunday and hopefully they will send me a message so we can meet some church peeps....I'd say give kisses for me, but I don't want to get sick:)

Nay said...

Just the titles on your blogs draws me in to read. My kids like to public display their bodily fluids, so I really understand. I thought snot stopped in winter, but I find it is an all year round thing.

BloggingBills said...

Okay, we can't wait to see ya,but I'm not excited about bodily fluids. Mostly because I have this horrific cold from Sarah's kids (comes from sharing pizza sauce and double dipping....)

So we'll pray that any throwing up Henry does on the way here is strictly the carsick kind of vomit!
Love ya,

Becky said...

We're pretty strict when it comes to sending sick kids to church. I mean, if I'm having a get-together and one of our little ones isn't feeling well, I'll let parents know so that they have the choice to still come or not. But when you take a sniffling, coughing kid to church and stick her in a room of other toddlers, you're just asking for ward members to hate you.

Hope things improve soon!


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