Henry has some stomach thing. Hope this passes quickly. No fever. Just throwing up and now diarreha. So we are in for the weekend. Poor guy. His nose is stuffy too so not sure what in the world this is. Very long night.
Hope Elizabeth feels better soon. No more illness!
I know it is always in the middle of the night. I am now on clean up detail as he didn't make it to the bathroom all the time. So going to also spray down the bathroom , wash all the sheets in hot water and scrub the carpet a bit. At least he hit the rug. Oh and now clean out the throw up bucket or throw it away and find a new bucket !
Hope your kids all feel better. Nathan woke up in the middle of the night Friday with an ear infection. I felt SOOO bad for him He kept telling me there was a man in his ear with a gun. A little creepy a 3 year old would say that or even know something like that but I hate when they are old enough to explain their pain. It makes me hurt even more for them
Me (29), DH (31), DS1 - Michael (6) and DS2 - Nathan (3 - severe peanut allergy and an egg allergy)
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