December 14, 2008

This is not cool...

Being sick and running to the bathroom every hour or so just doesn't cut it... I can handle it, but to watch James suffer with it just is not a good thing...



Kudos to Julie for being up all night taking care of us, making sure we didn't succumb to death's menacing dance.. it seems to be passing, yet James still isn't quite there yet.. but to wear the spidey outfit & watch the movie for the seventh or eight hundredth time seems to be helping...

We seem to have ruled out food poisoning as we all ate the same things, so it looks as if pre-k might have had a hand in passing this one along.....

9 comments:

Pelmo said...

One of the joys of being a parent. Always hoping that you do the suffering instead of your kids.

Just like all that body english you use while watching your kids play sports. Twisting and turning to make shure the ball stays fair, or goes into the net for a score.

boo said...

Get better boys, I worry so.

The Angry Georgian said...

There are a lot of people suffering from this affliction right now. My wife caught it in Arizona last weekend and still isn't quite rid of it yet. We originally thought food poisoning too.

Jules said...

Bless his little heart because there were times in the night he felt so bad he would sit up, throw up on himself and lay right back down. I would have to clean him up in stupor, I don't even think he knew what was going on. Kudos also to Boo for helping me pass the darkest part of the night. It always less hard when you have company. Kudos to Patrick for getting up at 430 am because he heard the ruckus and staying up. He took care of Jame so patiently and sweetly...touched my mother's heart. You're a good brother Patrick and on your way to being a good man. Remember that when I don't always remember to tell you. As for Clay and James you need to get better, hurts my heart to see you suffer so.

HeartofGoldPlate said...

Tis the season. If only we could get out and get some fresh air this time of year. Remember the bug we all passed around when I was there and Grandma and Grandpa were too?

LADY ROOTS said...

Idren Clay and Sistren Jules,

I am lifting your family in prayer!

Father Jah, please lay Your healing hands over the Perry family. Heal them, lift them, strengthen them and show them Your loving mercies. Clay is a man standing firm for his family, showing his sons, by example, how to be real men. Jules is a woman, filled with loving concern for her husband and her sons. Strengthen her as she comforts them during their afflictions. Patrick is a young man seeking his path in this turbulent world. Help him see the example of manhood that resides within his own father and learn from that. Young James is a child, helpless against the ravages of illness. I pray, Jah, that you bring healing, comfort and love to the Perry home. Amen and Selah!

Bless Up,
Lady Roots

Eve said...

The sickness has invaded our home as well. But the baby started it off with all the yuckiness. Those times when you just have to hold your breath, squint your eyes,be still, and bear it. It hit him the hardest though. Poor little James.

Junebug said...

I pray you all feel better soon.
It's not fun being sick.Your house is too quiet!
I second what Lady Roots said and second her prayer.
You all did for each other in this sickness.That is what families do.
I'm sending you all hugs and hope you ALL will be well fast because Santa Claus is coming to town.
xo

C.S. Perry said...

You guys aren't stil sick are you?
Man...not at Christmas.