Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Merry Christmas to me!

Uhhhh, NOT.

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As soon as we pulled out onto the highway to go to our Christmas with my family this evening, the Bub got sick. Three times.

I guess I should be grateful it’s the first time that’s happened in more than three years. :)

We turned around immediately, got him in the tub and I was feeling more and more iffy with each passing minute. I had felt a little off all afternoon, but at this point I thought it was just from what we were dealing with…you know how it goes. When someone yawns, you yawn. When someone has lice, your head itches. When someone gets sick, you start feeling sick.

Well, it wasn’t just “iffy.” So the Bub and I have been laying on the playroom floor for the past three hours. I’m not getting sick anymore (knock on wood), but I get waves of nausea every 30 minutes or so. And the little guy is still getting sick but it’s getting better. Ugh. Major ugh.

We think the culprit is Taco Bell. It was the only thing I had eaten today and pretty much the only thing the Bub had eaten too.

Par for the course this month. :)

Hubs has been waiting on us hand and foot, and I’m so glad he’s here to be our nurse. Even though it sucks, I must say it’s been kind of nice to lay on the floor under the choo choo tree, not doing a THING. It’s about time!

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Question for the Mommas out there – how do we get fluid in the Bub when he’s refusing to drink anything? We are trying Pedialyte but he wants nothing to do with it. Any suggestions?

Well, I hope to “talk” to you all before then, but if not, I wanted to wish you a very, very.

Merry Christmas!!

P.S. I just found out my sweet little blog is one of the many included at Apartment Therapy’s “Homie” awards. What an honor! If you get a minute (I know you are laughing at me because it’s CHRISTMAS WEEK) I would love your “vote”:

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Click the button above to get there. You will have to sign in, which I know makes it take a bit longer. But if you are so inclined, I would be tickled. :) Kisses. (Well, virtual kisses. Sicky and all.)

P.P.S. The popsicles are working! (For both of us!!) Thank you so much, I don't know why I didn't think of that.

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  1. My kids will usually eat a freeze pop. It's some sort of liquid. :)

    Good luck to you guys!
    Feel better soon .

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  2. I'm not a mom, but what if you tried one of those Bryers fruit bars or another kind of popsicle type thing to help him out?
    I hope he gets well soon. What an awful start to the holidays.

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  3. Yep popsicles!

    Get better!!! A stomach bug is going around some other places, but I hope for you guys it was just taco bell!

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  4. I agree with Breezi ... ice pops or even the drinkable yogurt ("milkshakes").

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  5. I'm an "older" mom with grown kids but have 3 grandchildren and one of the things suggested recently was popcicles...worth a try. Hope ya;ll feel better soon. There is a virus going on around here (Montgomery, Alabama area) and we're hoping none of us get it.

    Merry Christmas!
    Judyrecent

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  6. My kids will do popsicles or apple sauce sometimes. That's how I get them fluided up when they're sick.

    I hope you guys feel better soon! Merry Christmas

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  7. Try Jell-o. Mom always gave me Jell-o when I was sick and even though I usually barfed it up, I ate it every time. That Pedialyte stuff is AWFUL! I can't blame him for not wanting it. ICK! Regular water will work, too, if he'll drink it. Good luck and I'm sorry you're both feeling yucky! Hope you feel better soon!!

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  8. yep...popsicles are the way to go :) My grandmother (who is now 97) would always stop by our house with popsicles when we were sick.

    Praying for a quick recovery for all!

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  9. Oh man!

    Taco Hell! How many times has that place repeated on people!

    Shaved ice sometimes works, ginger ale, 7up...small sips...even coke is good on the stomach and that was one of its original uses!

    Hope you both feel better soon!

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  10. I was thinking popsicles too. Gatorade works with my 4 yr old.
    I am so sorry your sick. Hope you're back to normal for Christmas!

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  11. The freeze pop is a great tip. My middle child just had her tonsils out and was inches away from dehydration. The doctor told us a good goal was to get her to drink 2 ounces of liquid every hour. (You can use one of those medicine cups or a applesauce/pudding cup to measure with) It helped me to have a goal so I knew she was getting enough and it helped her to know the minimum amount she had to drink. The visual goal is a great help with little squirts. I hope you all are on the mend super fast!

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  12. I'm not an expert, but based on everyone else's comments, I'd be trying popsicles. I hope you'll both be well VERY soon and enjoying Christmas. Take care...

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  13. I'm on board with everyone who has suggested ice pops, shaved or crushed ice, ginger ale {flat}. If he sees you have some, maybe that will make him feel better to try it.

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  14. Popsicles! Nothing with dairy--including yogurt--as it upsets the stomach more.

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  15. Gatorade, ginger ale(flat). My youngest son has been throwing up since last Tuesday. He ended up in the hospital for dehydration, push those fluids. Even if you can get two spoonfuls per hour it will help.
    Good luck.

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  16. I am so sorry you and the Bubs are sick. I hope you feel better soon.

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  17. Popsicles are great. But if he's dehydrated, pedialite popsicles are even better.

    Get well soon! Santa brings waaay too many goodies meant to be indulged in. :)

    Donna

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  18. Did you taste the pedialyte? Try gatorade. It still has some (not as much as pedialyte) of the salt that he needs to replace, but tastes much better. When throwing up, (if the sick person is diabetic or has some other medical diagnosis related to glucose metabolism, call their doctor!!) most people need to drink something with sugar in it also, because they are not able to hold down anything to eat and need the carbs, so don't do sugar free drinks. Popsicles are also good. Try sprite if he won't do gatorade. When I'm sick, it seems like the sprite is better if you let it get a little flat. Hope y'all are better soon!

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  19. Hope you and the little one feel better soon! Merry Christmas!

    I agree with the ice pops....as many as he wants!!!

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  20. What a bummer! I agree with all Popsicles! No dairy for sure. If it is food related it should go away faster than the flu. Lots of luck with you two!
    Try for a wonderful Christmas.
    smiles, alice

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  21. Popsicles will work...flat sprite is also a good option that my kids sometimes will drink.

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  22. Popsicles will work...flat sprite is also a good option that my kids sometimes will drink.

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  23. Popsicles will work...flat sprite is also a good option that my kids sometimes will drink.

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  24. My DD and I spent one LONG very sick night after a visit to Taco Bell. It was her Birthday...

    Go check out this site for some important info on why sugar drinks are not good. http://pedialyte.com/products.aspx

    I hope you are feeling better soon!

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  25. I agree...popsicles, ginger ale and gatorade. My daughters 3yrs and 5 yrs) will NOT drink pedialyte either. Good luck!

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  26. If it helps, my doctor told me if they hold it down even for 10 minutes, their body has been at least a little bit more hydrated. And make sure it's light colored gatorades...no one wants to scrub fruit punch gatorade barf out of the carpet...

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  27. Bless.Your.Hearts! That stinks! I hope you feel better soon! Merry Christmas

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  28. Ice chips, they are fun to crunch on & will give him some liquid. Bless your hearts. I know it's miserable.
    Praying for your quick recovery!

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  29. Definitely popsicles, sprite, gatorade in small sips. I've even tried a medicine syringe or cool straw to "force" liquids.

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  30. We've wasted more than one Pedialyte bottle too. Ours hate the taste. We use Sprite or 7up, gingerale, even Coke, water, popsicles, whatever he likes. I agree with the no dairy if the problem is stomach or bowel. Try liquids in a special cup, or with a special straw. Our youngest is very difficult when he is sick, so we sometimes have to do the 'drink this much, and then you can watch this..'
    Hoping you are both well soon, and that the male nurse doesn't get it.

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  31. Echoing what some many others have said... Popsicles and soda (because they normally don't get soda). Hope you both feel better soon.

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  32. applesauce with a straw. all my daughter would eat or drink when she had the flu.

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  33. Oh geesh, I feel your pain. My two youngest and myself were all infected with a tummy bug this week. I spent many hours hugging the potty, praying to just die right there. The only thing that the toddler would take was the ice pops and I got a couple of Pedialyte ice pops in him too. Hope you both feel better soon!

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  34. Hi Sweetie,
    Hope you are feeling better. My Dr. told us to give my son popsicles when he was sick with that one Christmas, and they work wonderfully! Especially if they have a fever, it cools them off,
    gives them liquid, goes down slow and the sugar gives them a lil energy. that should work for you!
    Hope you are all feeling much better tomorrow or at least by Christmas day.
    Blessings and Merry Christmas!
    Nellie

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  35. Oh my gosh. How does Taco Bell stay afloat. Nearly everyone I know has payed the price for their "fast" food. Ugh indeed. Well, as for the suggestions, I have a 7-month old, 2 year old and three year old and all of mine will take it if I freeze it. So I always keep some pedialyte-pops in the freezer for those ill days. I slush it up for the baby and she'll take it on a spoon even when she won't take a bottle. The other two just eat it like freeze-pop. I hope you start feeling better so soon. If you still can't get past the nausea you could try titralac from Walmart and other pharmacies. It's the only thing that rids me of my non-pregnant nausea. Have a VERY MERRY - and barf-free - Christmas!! :o)

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  36. skimming through the last 3 dozen comments I am getting a bit of a Popsicle craving! good luck - sorry you are pukey :(

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  37. good old banana popsicles...what kid could resist...feel better...

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  38. Yeah Merry Christmas to you because you bought the gift I got you hosie ho!! Hope you and the bub feel better. See you Friday. Love you!

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  39. Pedialyte popsicles, as you've already learned. (Need those electrolytes!) They do taste better frozen vs. the drink & some flavors will trip your triggers more than others. If Pedialyte still takes blech, Walgreens has their own brand that has a bit of a different flavor. What an awful time, especially, to get sick. Hope you both bounce back SOON!!

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  40. well, i'm a little late on this one--but my first and only suggestion was POPSICLES--and they actually make pedialyte ones too.

    good luck and i hope you get to feeling better before the big day!

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  41. Well, I was going to suggest popsicles, which are the only thing that work with my little ones sometimes, but looks like you took that advice. :) I would go with anything yogurty or milky though-that can irritate the stomach. I hope this goes away really soon!!! I feel so bad for you guys. :( I hope you can still enjoy your Christmas!!!

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  42. The frozen stuff works everytime with my kids. If not, try a spoon full of pedialyte every 15-30 minutes - just to keep him from getting dehydrated. Hope everyone is feeling better soon! No more Taco Bell....

    Danielle

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  43. Pediapops, without a doubt. Popsicles with just the kick those babies need.

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  44. Don't do a lot of liquid of any kind until he can hold it down. Start with just a tablespoon at a time and if he holds it down for 30 minutes, try a little more.

    One night as I was throwing up and my husband was trying to get me to drink as much as I could. I kept throwing up and eventually went to the hospital. Not good...start small.

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  45. I was going to suggest popsicles too, my kids never liked pedialite! Or gatorade (light color) or sprite.
    Hope you both feel better soon!

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  46. Popsicles forsure. Sonic slushes or Icees are one of my kids favorites when they are sick, too. Or any type of soda, because it's a 'treat.' So...whatever type of drink or soda he likes but is usually not allowed! The novelty will usually get them to drink.

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  47. Aw, I'm sorry y'all aren't feeling good! We are just coming out of the sickie stuff, too. I just did a post about how raw milk yogurt really kicks that mess outta there!

    Anyway, those little things of EmergenC packets mixed in some water or good quality OJ are also great during times like these.

    Hope you're better fast!!

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  48. Ugh! What a crappy time of year to get sick! Glad you have such a great hubby! Get better soon, and Merry Christmas!

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  49. probably too late to help now, but having worked for years w/ kids, in the e.r. we always say to keep a bottle of *emetrol* at home. you may have to dose them (or yourself) 3 or 4 times, but it completely stops the vomiting. lemon-mint flavor goes down better than cherry in our family. it's hard to find on the shelf sometimes, but walmarts, etc all have it. even pregnant ladies can safely take it.
    for future reference, always push *clear* liquids for the 1st 24 hrs and then follow the b.r.a.t. diet - bananas, rice, applesauce and (weak)tea or (dry)toast. this diet eases a traumatized tummy back to normal food.
    cool tile floors are good medicine too. feel better quickly. i'm convinced sometimes i get sick, as a reminder to enjoy good health, and not take it for granted.

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  50. I hope you all feel better VERY soon!

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  51. So sorry to hear this Sarah! Feel better soon.

    My hubby got food poisoning from TB twice. Yucky stuff.

    Merry Christmas! ~Melissa

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  52. Could be TB but it also could be a bug, it's going around and our family had it last weekend. All the 'sick' lasted around 7 hours, the rest was aches and tiredness. Feel better!

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  53. Hope you both are feeling better by now and can enjoy a wonderful Christmas!
    Janell

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  54. So clearly I'm reading this post MUCH later than hundreds of other followers! :) You poor things, I was also going to suggest popsicles. If you have any of those popsicle forms (or those stick-shaped ice cube trays), you can probably freeze the Pedialyte (or Gatorade, or a reasonable facsimile) so he's getting the electrolytes he needs.. not sure if this was suggested.. there are over 50 comments, sorry didn't read them all! Feel better!! Merry Christmas Sarah!

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  55. Popsicles are great, but if you live anywhere cold that's not exactly fun right now. Jello is always a winner too. Pedialyte is good but since he won't drink it water, apple juice, anything liquid is better than nothing. Good Luck and Merry Christmas.

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  56. In the hospital we use any non dairy liquid or frozen liquid. Gatorade, or even better the lower calorie sports drinks like Propel (less sugar which may cause more diarrhea). My son would drink any thing if I put it in a Coke can with a straw. He wasn't allowed to drink Cokes usually so he thought it was a treat!
    Hope you get to feeling better soon.

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  57. Looks like you got some great help. Don't they make pedialite popsicles? If not, maybe you could make some.

    When my son was sick for awhile and not really eating or drinking the doctor had us buy some Ensure and freeze it like a popsicle. I don't know that it tasted that good but he ate it. Hope you feel better soon!

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  58. What a bummer! So glad the popsicles are working. That is what I would have suggested as well. Along with ice chips, for some reason the chemical makeup is easier on the tummy than water! Once tolerated, I'd go to a BRAT diet...bananas, rice, applesauce and toast. It's what our peds doc recommends. Feel better soon!!! And try to have a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! (HUGS)

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  59. Sure hope y'all are on the mend and will enjoy Christmas without feeling sick. Just saw the choo choo tree and also the Santa hats and absolutely love both - FABULOUS!!! Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!!!

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  60. I'm sure I will be a repeat comment, but Pedialyte makes freeze pops. We use those as to cut back on the sugar content... sugar knocks the immunity down. :( Go through the Sonic drive through and ask for a cup of ice... as long as he's monitored, most little kids love the tiny ice they serve there, and it helps to get some liquid in. Sorry if I am a broken record... wasn't about to read 60 posts. ;)

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  61. i usually go for the freezies or fruit popsicles. IT gets liquids into them and some sugar too. Good luck I hope you better soon. BTW-the last time I ate Taco bell was 11 years ago because I got the same sickness, I was a little pregnant at the time too.

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  62. Oh, no! I hope you feel better very soon :(

    Popsicles (100% juice ones) work wonders for Isabella. I hope he will take some kind of fluids for you--I feel so bad for y'all :(

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  63. Oh, no! I hope you feel better very soon :(

    Popsicles (100% juice ones) work wonders for Isabella. I hope he will take some kind of fluids for you--I feel so bad for y'all :(

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  64. I hope you guys are feeling better! Merry Christmas!

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  65. Definitely popsicles!! So sorry you are feeling so sick and pray that it doesn't completely cancel your plans!!

    Merry Christmas!!
    Sallie

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  66. Pedialyte frozen popsicles are the best. They're good as long as your not feeling up to it, and i know when my daughter started to feel better, she didn't want them anymore. I learned to keep a few in the freezer when she was younger just in case. Hope your both feeling better soon.
    other option is gatorade- again really only taste good when your off.

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  67. Did you taste the pedialyte? Try gatorade. I feel your pain. Hope you feel better.

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  68. Taco Bell? Are you kidding me? Don't eat that and NEVER let your child eat it either. I'd rather eat a stale PB&J sandwich out of my purse.

    Do get well soon and have a Merry Christmas despite the crud you and Bub have come down with.

    Di
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  69. You poor sweet thing. God bless you.

    As for the liquids, here's something I learned through many, many stomach bugs over the years: Don't force it too early. A stomach needs to settle after a bout of vomiting. Wait for two hours before giving any liquid. Then give just one ounce of liquid every 15 minutes, as long as there's no more vomiting. If vomiting starts again, back off again.

    My guys would always drink something (Hawaiian Punch was a favorite), usually through a sippy cup because they didn't have to hold their heads up carefully, if I followed this drill. It's what our pediatrician taught me after my oldest once had to be hospitalized for dehydration. I had been trying to force him to drink too soon after he got sick, and his stomach never had a chance to settle down, so he just kept getting sick. The method I described above worked like a charm!

    Good look! And blessings.

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  70. Be well soon.

    May the peace of the season be yours.

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  71. We've had the flu around these parts. And with all our family in town, it's getting passed around the cousins one by one. Hopefully everyon will be feeling well by tomorrow!
    Hope you are doing better today.
    Merry Christmas!

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  72. The timing couldn't get much worse! Hope you both start feeling better very soon!! Have a Merry Christmas!

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  73. One of my children (I only have two) is always sick for Christmas. Knock on wood. Hope you all feel better soon.

    Merry Christmas!!

    Anjeanette of RootsAndWingsCo
    (I'm signed in under my personal blog)

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  74. I see you've already got the responses to do the popsicles. Mine hate the pedialyte too but I get concerned when they are sick so badly. The pedialyte popsicles worked the trick for us.

    I'm sorry you're sick at Christmastime. That's awful.
    Get well soon!
    And Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  75. Ugh, this reminds me of a Christmas Eve we had about 10 yrs. ago. Same culprit, too. It took us about 5+ yrs. to go there again. Hope you feel MUCH better SOON!!!

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  76. Hope you feel better soon! As for liquids (on the off chance I say something different) - tell him even just wetting his mouth is enough - but he can't let it get dry. Any liquid - flat and see through is better - will work. Sometimes dairy works (if you don't have a fever!!!). If he still doesn't want to drink, try eating - veggies, fruit, watery rice, anything moist, really. And if he suggests something, give it a go - just keep the puke bucket handy!

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  77. Call the doctor and get suppositories to put up his little rectum to stop the upset stomach otherwise he can't keep fluids down and his electralytes can be flushed out and you don't want that to happen.
    nancy
    www.rivieraboardwalk.blogspot.com

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  78. OH NO, get well soon you and Bub! I felt bad for a mother at the airport when I was flying back home after an early Christmas with my family... her poor daughter had gotten sick all over the floor at the Atlanta airport. :( She looked so upset that she had made a mess I just wanted to tell her it was OK but then I risked looking like a crazy woman. GET WELL SOON!!! oxox

    My mom always made me slushies with crushed ice and orange juice when I felt bad. Maybe some crushed ice and some fruit juice that isn't acidic might do the trick (or crushed ice with the pedialyte mixed in). :(

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  79. So you & the little guy are sick. Not sure how much luck you've had with the fluids, but our oldest has always been awful at that--at times we had to resort to using a large dropper and dropping pedialyte or gatorade into his mouth every 10-15 mins per our drs orders.

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  80. My little ones don't like Pedialyte either, so we try either popsicles, gatorade, or applesauce (depending on who is sick). Good luck and I hope all of you feel better soon!

    Merry Christmas!

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  81. Oh yeah, popsicles are always a treat and it gets fluid down them. Hope you feel better soon. I'll click on over. Merry Christmas. Hope you don't spend it in the bathroom!
    Brenda

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  82. Even when I am really sick, I can eat an orange popsicle(Popsicle brand) and I have also had good luck with cold orange gatorate or jelly beans.

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  83. I am sorry you are sick!!! You could always poor the pedialyte into ice cube trays, freeze and them throw them into the blender. OR easier yet, throw some pedialyte and some ice cubes in the blender and make a slushie...he might like it.

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  84. Oh no! That stinks to be sick at Christmas. I always give my kids Gatorade~they hate Pedialyte. My pediatrition says to give them 1 tsp. every 10 minutes for 2 hours. If they keep that down, then they can haev more at a time. So sorry!

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  85. Oh my goodness....hope yall are feeling better soon. Bless your heart! No Taco Bell for me~

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  86. Sorry you're sick, no fun! Especially RIGHT before Christmas. Anyway, I decided to comment just to tell you that I absolutely love your before and after party button! That is the cutest/most clever thing I have seen in a while, and I love it! You are very creative!

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  87. Our pediatrician recommends Sprite, 7-Up or Ginger Ale...colorless beverages you'll notice. Good luck and Merry Christmas.

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  88. Oh you poor thing. When it rains it pours. I sure hope you and the baby get to feeling better. My parents flew up this past week to visit us and I am behind in all of my blogs. I am taking Christmas Eve to catch up. I hope you have a great Christmas with your family.

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  89. I was going to say popsickles, and noticed on the pps. Also, when you can't keep even liquid down without dry heaving, fill one of those cups you get with cough syrup with water or 7 up, and drink that every hour to stay hydrated. It saved me when I got a nasty case of food poisoning.

    Hope you are feeling better.

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  90. Oooo! Stupid Taco Bell. We're gingerale people but sounds like you found the things that works. Feel better! Merry Christmas

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  91. I'm SO sorry you both are sick. Isn't it insane how these things happen at the WORST possible time?? I'm sending happy, healthy thoughts your way for a much better Christmas day. Good luck, and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!
    PS--thank you for the inspiration you send my way with each post. You rock!!!

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  92. Try popsickles;) I hope u all are better soon! Just wanted 2 wish u and yours HAPPY HOLIDAYS:)

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  93. With the little ones, sometimes a syringe of Gatorade or water is helpful. Especially when they are so lank and glassy eyed that even the popsicle is unpalatable. I got that from an emergency room visit 18 years ago

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  94. You've gotten a ton of great advice, so I've nothing to add except maybe....pedialyte is NASTY! I think it would make you wanna throw up even more.

    I'm so sorry you're feeling yucky too - get well soon!!!

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  95. The first thing I thought was popsicles. I'm glad you guys tried them and they are working! I hope you both get better very very quickly!! *HUGS*

    Merry Christmas!!

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  96. I think it is a 24 hour bug, I've heard that its been going around.

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  97. My husband and I had this last weekend. Knocked us flat off our feet had to call the Nonnie to take our 19 month old. But Pedialyte icees are great. Being 20 weeks prego I needed my electrolytes and junk but these are great and stayed down. Here's to a better morning.

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  98. pedialyte comes in frozen stick form....Yay!

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  99. Oh no! I hope you both got to feeling better and were able to enjoy your Christmas!!!

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  100. I hope he gets well soon. What an awful start to the holidays.

    Work from home India

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