|Not sleeping, just pathetic|
With Zoe well on the road to recovery, Leo got hit with it. He had the pukes, too, but not as frequently and they didn't catch him quite as off guard which meant most of the vomit happened the bathroom (oh, how grateful I am for this). Of course, he was scared and sad to be sick and in the middle of the night as he was falling asleep on the edge of the bathtub he said pathetically, "why is this happening? I don't deserve this." Oh, my heart.
I'm thankful the days each kid spent throwing up didn't overlap because I think a kid that is throwing up deserves a parent's full attention. Still, it's been a loooong week. It was pitiful and hard for a couple days - then it was better, but still clearly sick. And now, I think we are in the clear, but I wanted to give it an extra day just to make sure we aren't sharing this awful virus. All this has meant A LOT of time at home. We are all ready to get back out into the world. Here's how we've passed the time.
Catching up on sleep. And practicing our table manners.
|Look Ma! No elbows on the table!|
A bit of yoga.
|Double Downward Dog|
|Skyscraper and crane|
And crafts. Oh the crafts. ALL of the crafts.
Most had a fall/Halloween theme (thank heavens for Pintrest) but Leo did ask of we could make a pink train. With real wheels that can spin. So we did. And he named it Ashley.