And so it began…
Reminds me of “Home on the Strange”, someone said something about how predicting whether someone’s about to hurl should be one of life’s important skillz.
Really though, i did not know kids would say blah blah before hurling, should make a note of it (nod -.-)
Actually it’s more of a very distinctive cough, but the “blah, blah” works better with a comic.
I think the blah represents the very weird sound you make when your muscles are trying to push up your stomachs content and you’re struggling against it. It is often followed by some weird head movements because of the muscles in your throat.
We had this last week. I think we changed the sheets 4 times over the course of the night. Didn’t seem to matter where we put the towels or the buckets or the child. He still managed to spray the bedclothes… And us.
The week before that I found my wife on the bathroom floor in between puking events.
The month of February is one long blur of sick child, sick parent, employers sick of both, clients waiting on my appearance, late reports, etc…. Even then it’s been better than the kids’ best friends family where two whole weeks have disappeared down the Vård av Sjukt Barn hole.
All of Finland is sick right now.
Wait, you guys got to sleep in your parents’ bed when you were sick? I got a blanket and pillow on the bathroom floor next to the toilet!
Aah! Tough love. I hope the tile floor was heated.
Is the snow gone yet?
Unfortunately no. It’s slowly (very slowly) melting though. Still have just under a meter in most places.
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