Catching throw up in my hands is a good thing but don’t jinx me.
Yep, I caught throw up in my hands 6 nights
ago and it was a good thing because it meant that I did not have the change the
sheets for a third time.
My baby had a stomach bug over a week ago
and threw up all night, which I wrote about when he was 12 hours
throw-up-free.In a matter of
minutes after posting the blog I went to check on him and he was sitting up in
the bed looking at me like in a horror film and I said “are you ok?” and he did
not answer but instead threw up all over the bed again. I exhaustedly changed
the entire bed and washed everything for the second time. Two nights later I
wrote a silly post
Anyway, my baby had been throw up free for
48 hours at he time of posting but an hour later I was in the bed with him and
he threw up again. This time I just put out my hands and caught it. I managed
to spare the sheets which was so delightful. I did not care about the throw up
in my hands, but I did think about the girl in church I wrote about who caught
throw up in her hands. http://hollyramoswrites.blogspot.com/2015/04/3-weird-things-i-experienced-as-kid.html
but I really did not want to blog about
throw up again. It seemed like writing about it made it happen. Silly, but why
take a chance? I just needed to stay away from the subject for a few days.
He threw up again tonight after being throw
up free for 6 days. The truth is that his virus is a tough bug that takes a
while to go away. The other kids who got it had a similar trajectory, I was
kind of waiting for the other shoe to drop and for him to vomit again. Now that
he did, I feel abit relieved, able to blog freely, and I am hoping that it is
all over for real. I still do not feel 100% and it may make its way around the
family and whatever but no use in being suspicious or trying to avoid the
truth, I caught throw up in my bare hands. I hope you don’t have to.