Norovirus

If your family has suffered through this, you know it’s horrifying.

Tuesday, Emma had really bad diarrhea, but she’s teething and eating more new foods, so I didn’t really think too much of it. Yesterday, still really bad and then the 7 year old, Aiden woke up first thing in the morning running to the bathroom to throw up. I KNEW it was going to be a bad day. Around 10am, Emma had her first bout of throwing up. There are few things sadder than a baby throwing up. Aiden continued throwing up until late afternoon when he fell asleep around 5pm and didn’t wake up until 8am.

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Thank goodness for movies on the laptop- makes quarrantine in your room easier to tolerate.

I’m happy to report that we made it all night and so far, all of today without any poop or diarrhea attacks.

Even better, no one else in the house is showing any symptoms. I have washed all of the bedding today, all surfaces have been bleached and I am crossing my fingers that this nasty virus will be out of our house soon. Both Aiden and Emma are acting more like themselves today, playing, eating and not crabby patty cling ons.

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Bubble guppies for the win.

I’m just happy I was able to eat breakfast, shower and can get this blog post up.

We are SOOOO close to being 24 hours puke attack free.

4 comments

  1. jan says:

    Ugh, I hate when the kids are pukey!! I’m glad the worst is over. I often wonder what I did as a kid when I was sick and didn’t have Nick Jr and Netflix! Praise God for TV. I hope the kids don’t share their germs!

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