"I go diarrhea and then I say, 'ick,'" these words were uttered to me by my adorable nephew over the phone today. I think this is a generally well accepted fact for just about everyone, right?
When 2 1/2 year old Jon and his family came to visit us on the fourth of July, apparently they left something special behind. It wasn't a bib or a juice cup, oh no, it appears my sister and her family inadvertently left a stomach virus. My youngest son was its first victim on Sunday and now it looks like it might be claiming its second person. At this point Aaron is blaming it on a "bad burger" but I've got this sinking feeling, we are heading for trouble.
I should have expected it. After all, it's been about 30 minutes since Isaac was feeling slightly back to normal. We don't want to waste any time, now do we? This virus wiped out my sister's entire family, now I fear we're going down. She had some very funny blog posts (sorry, her blog is private) so if I look on the bright side, we might be able to get a few yuks out of this. Let's call them "bloggable moments." She likened the stomach cramps to child birth only with far less pleasant results. I'd rather not do that again, thank you very much. She also commented on the potency of my 10 month old nephew's flatulations, therefore we will not be lighting any matches just to be safe.
Tonight Aaron will sleep with the plastic bag lined trash can right near his bed as he lays his weary head on a towel-lined pillow case. He awoke us a few nights ago with a bloody nose so we'll see what this evening brings.
Denise could have left her fancy dessert click here for recipe as pictured. That would have been nice. Who knew these nice people were still carrying vestiges of a virus? They all look so innocent and lovely. My sister and her family left wonderful memories but I doubt this is going to be one of them. I hope we're not calling Jon using the same sentence.