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Posted by Amy J. at 7:55 AM
Posted by Amy J. at 11:44 AM
12---The number of days the Cazier household was sick...and I mean sick. (Branson had it the worst and for the WHOLE time)
11 (11,000 to be more accurate)--The number of times Baby Einstein played on our TV. (I owe this company my sanity)
10--The number of times I was thrown up on. (Needless to say I didn't dress up much.)
9--The number of days my computer sat in a box, just waiting to be set up and put back in use.
8--The number of hours in the day that Branson refused to be put down... but he didn't really want to be held either...he really didn't know what he wanted.
7--The number of times we ate out. Well, we didn't eat out but John went to get fast food.
6--The number of people in our family who came down with some form of this wonderful flu.
5--The number of times I almost lost it...almost.
4--The number of times Branson bathed each day and oddly enough it is also the number of times he had diarrhea in the bath while we were cleaning him up from vomiting.
3--The number of times I thought Branson was well enough to throw him in his car seat and take a quick trip to the Jack in the Box drive through. And yes I ordered a LARGE Oreo Milkshake!!! (I'm paying for those trips this week...big time.)
2--The Number of times Branson went to the doctor in 4 days and the number of times his sleepers got worn each day. (Yep...bad diarrhea and vomiting will do that to your PJ's. But I had a constant flow of laundry going and he would have those same jamies on later in the day after another pair was soiled.)
1--The number of books I read when everyone who was sick was finally sleeping. I read The Host and I absolutely LOVED it. What a great, thrilling read!
0--The number of times I would wish this experience on my worst enemy!
Posted by Amy J. at 1:25 PM