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I held out my hand to catch vomit.<br><br><img alt="sad.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/sad.gif">
 

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I do that, I still maintain it's better than getting it all over your gf as she's carrying you back from the pub!<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
Perhaps this is why I don't currently have a gf? <img alt="huh.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/huh.gif">
 

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hah..... I remember when they baptised my friends twins that one of them puked in the baptismal bowl.......that is when he solidified his nickname as Eddie the Puker.<br><br>
Good stuff <b>LL</b>!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Brilliant! Love it!
 

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It was one of my BIL's wisest moments ....That you know you are truly a parent when your kid says( or just starts to ) vomit.... and you put out your HAND to catch it.<br>
You know have earned your stripes officially! Welcome to the depraved parent club!
 

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Or, has anyone done this? Kid starts to vomit, so you put them over you.....so the vomit gets on you and your clothes, and not your in-laws couch?
 

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yep - I remember when my son was about 2, at the dinner table, and he started to throw up. both hands out to catch it. Pure instinct.
 

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I would just like to have it on record that I have never actually done that! <img alt="roll_eyes.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/roll_eyes.gif">
 

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Aww...I'm sorry! No fun when baby is sick. <img alt="sad.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/sad.gif"> Which one isn't feeling so hot?<br><br>
I still do that with TinyE...when we were sick with the flu a few weeks ago, I did that every single time. And when he was going to puke again and my hands were full, I'd put the vomit on my shirt, pick him up and take him to the sink...
 

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it's probably almost a given that a baby boy will pee on you, several times . . . but what about poop on you? When my son was just a few wks old, I got up in the middle of the night with him and after a feeding I changed his diaper to put him back to bed. I just laid him on the futon in front of me, and I got on my knees to change his diaper (mistake #1). I was wearing my nice, white Nordstrom's robe that my husband just got for me a few months prior (mistake #2). As I lifted his legs up to scoot the diaper under him (mistake #3, especially considering the position in which I was kneeling per mistake #1), out comes flying the newborn baby mustard poo, all over me and my white robe. It was projectile poop. I didn't put my hand out to catch it. It was more like turn face and put hand in front of me to stop it from getting all over me. I was unsuccessful.<br>
DH slept through the whole thing.
 

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LOL!!! Yep, I've done it. Son #3 was in the ER for stitches and started vomiting. ANd I tried to catch it. Good thing was they moved us up to the top of the list! Something about head injury and vomiting???<br><br>
mrscoby--she has TWO BOYS! Of course she's been peed on! Son #1 peed on hubby our first night home. My mom was sleeping in his room and she just laughed.
 

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Roman has reflux pretty bad. <img alt="sad.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/sad.gif"> He's on medicine for it, but it doesn't seem to help as much as I would like. I don't mind the throwing up, but the "nervous laugh" he does before he throws up, and the crying afterwards, that breaks my heart.
 
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