Friday, November 2, 2007

Yup, I caught the creeping crud. It does seem to be worse for adults than for babies, which is a good thing because if e-baby felt like this, I'd have probably taken her to the hospital. Whe something is called a 24-hour bug, in this case, it's qute literally so. I started chucking at 9pm last night, and chucked until 5pm tonight, and then continued feeling green until, well, around 9pm. I still don't want to eat anything, but at least if I do, it stays down. I've had 3 pieces of wheat toast, pedialyte, and 3 spoonsful of soup all day today.

Perhaps the worst thing about getting sick was missing my friend's wedding this evening. I was really looking forward to going but you know, getting all of their family and friends sick, not a friendly thing to do.

I'd better feel better this weekend because we have a coupon for a free 10-oz bag of Godiva coffee that expires Sunday. Go in for the free coffee, leave with so much more. ;-)

PS: I've posted October e-baby pictures, including more Halloween, some cute clothes she got for her birthday, and a particularly funny photo shoot with her daddy's hat and my sunglasses.


Christa said...

I hope you will be fine soon. Best wishes from the "old world" to the "new world"
PS: go for Godiva, there stuff is soooo good and have no calories at all ;-)

Jim said...

I hope you feel better! It's good news that e-baby missed the worst of it, though.
I was thinking that if Gromit threw up for no reason we would probably rush him to the vet school and x-ray him. We did that once when we thought he might have swallowed something. He hadn't.
Motherhood must give you a more realistic view of things.

SNG said...

Must be nice to have free x-ray services. I hate to think about the $$$ we spent on our sick dogs.

Lizard Breath said...

Glad to hear you are doing better. I would hate to vomit like that! I am a bad sick person though! ;-)

SNG said...

Thanks for all the well-wishes! I'm so pleased to learn that Godiva has no calories! As soon as I get my appetite back, I'll dig in. :-)

PartnerInCrime said...

So sorry you were sick, but glad it's over. We're going through our own (thankfully non-barfish) sickness over here too, and I'm praying I don't catch it. Blah.
I know it's good for the babies' immune systems in the long term if they get sick when they're tiny, but is it really necessary for our immune systems too?

Alphagal said...

Oops- that was me, not SNG, on that comment.
PIC- I hope you don't get the booger-monster!