What a horrific week!! G/s was so sick with a stomach virus. Throwing up Wednesday to Friday. Couldn't even keep water down. Vomiting all over me, the carpets, his bed. Friday night scared the heck outta me. THought he was dehydrated. He was walking sideways and couldn't seem to focus. Got him to keep some pedialyte down and he seemed to come around. Though "Thank God". Just when the vomiting stopped,Saturday He started with profuse diarrhea. Still has it somewhat today. Hubby comes in the door from work, he's burning up with fever, profuse diarrhea, sick as a dog. Wonder who he caught that from...lol. Well feeling overwhelmed I'm standing at the kitchen sink making coffee for the morning, trying to feed the dogs, all the chores my d/h usually does, and from behind I feel my sweet g/s come up behind me and put his arms around my legs and gave me the biggest hug. Made all my troubles just wash away. Yes it's trying raising these children at this stage of our lives, but the love we get it return is so awesome!!! Just thought I'd share.
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