Tuesday, July 17, 2007

hold that thought

I’ve been so interested in everyone’s comments on my last post. If you follow my blog, but haven’t read those comments, I encourage you to do so.

More on that soon. I promise! Right after I wash three sets of barfy sheets and get my family healthy again.

Why does the barfing always start in the middle of the night?

Quote of the night: “Maybe I shouldn’t go to swim lessons tomorrow.”
--Twin B. after puking for the fourth or fifth time.

8 comments:

A Musing Mom said...

My turn to say, "UGH!". Well, at least it's a rainy day, if that helps any. Praying you avoid it and that the sickness goes away quickly.

Dave W said...

Oh man. Does illness pass through al your kids? It sometimes does with us, which means 2+ weeks of doctor visits. It goes from one twin to the next, then finally to Klara. Hope it passes soon!

CAwriter said...

Oh, I do hope this 'barfing' is past!
And, I suspect your husband missed it all, this must be one of those times when we need 'endurance'...

Frazzmom said...

I feel for you!

Thank goodnes for modern conveniences... Can you imagine 3 kids with the flu and no washing machine? I shudder to even think about it.

Llama Momma said...

Thanks for all the well-wishes. It hasn't been that bad, actually. (Relatively speaking!)

So far, Twin B. is the only one. He was up most of the night -- and my husband was home to be a part of it all, which is a huge help.

And, I think twin b. is on the mend. He hasn't thrown up yet today and he just ate a little soup.

Now, if we can all get a little nap, I think we'll be okay. (Provided nobody else drops!)

L.L. Barkat said...

Ah, yes. The swim teacher appreciates such wisdom!

If you can eat something with a little fresh garlic, it does kill over 85% of flu viruses. Just some preventative medicine.

Hope all feel better soon!

ChosenRebel said...

The week has been long. The day has been longer.
Thanks for being an isle of laughter for me.
This too will pass (through!)

Llama Momma said...

LL -- Thanks for the tip! We eat a lot of garlic, but I'll make a point of it this week. Couldn't hurt!

chosenrebel -- you're welcome. :-)