|Aug 08, 2008|
Tracey, mom to Katie diagnosed with GERD at 3 week.
Don't think letting your child play in traffic has escaped my attention. However....since the only other picture that I have seen of Jedd is one where he is young and asleep sitting up on a couch I have decided to wait and see what your next post is before call in CPS. I am much happier to see him running in traffic, attacking you while in the shower and in general running amock as long as he is running. Now, if I see him SITTING in traffic I may have to come back and log my complaint.
Melissa, Maggies Mom, as long as you have brought enough for the rest of us then Maggies dinner is perfectly fine. Did I mention I was a teacher?
How do people cope without humor?? I am just trying to stay awake long enough to give Katie her 10:30-11:00 bottle before going to bed. She threw up big time tonight after in bed; I had to change the sheets and it was all in her hair. She hasn't had one that big in a long time...good thing we see her GI tomorrow!
|Aug 08, 2008|
Jessica, Mommy to Jedd, severe reflux, severe food and oral aversions, Finally G tube free!!! VSD repair 4-24-07 (open heart surgery), hypospadias, repaired 3 times and Ear tubes Visit Jedd at his CB site: www.caringbridge.org/visit/jedd
LOVE IT!!!!Humor is the only way DH and I survived Jedd's first 12 months of life. Forget suviving a Japnese Game SHow I'd just like to see them survie a child that vomits EVEYTHING you give thm and all night long while on a feeding tube. NOW that would be entertainment.
Or have them walk around a mall covered in vomit OR try to
feed a child with a feeding aversion...allwhile having people stare becaue well, your covered in vomit and your child has a yellow tube shoved down his nose!!!!!!
I think without HUMOR parents of a child with reflux would be certifiable INSANE!!!!!
So did you stay awake long enough???
I hop eyour visit goes well and is productive!!!!