|Apologizing (with snuggles) to daddy for getting him sick.|
|The cutest little tiger you'll ever see!|
|Enjoying a train at the park.|
|Carter made a buddy.|
When we got home Ty was up and still feeling horrible. I had hoped he would be feeling a bit better because it was about the same amount of time Carter had been feeling really badly. This stomach bug must be one of those things, like chicken pox, that is much worse to get when you're an adult. It could also be that Carter has a pretty kick butt immune system due to 12 months of breastfeeding, who knows! All we know is that Ty threw up all day long and could only keep Gatorade down whereas Carter even ate heavy foods like spaghetti and did fine. I'm counting on my constant exposure to germs and subsequently killer immune system to keep me from coming down with it next. I have my little germy and touchy feely first graders to thank for that! Now if I wake up tomorrow like Ty did today I will be very disappointed!
Carter was so worried about his daddy. He would walk over to him, while holding onto the couch, to check on him. We were in the living room and Carter heard Ty throwing up in the bathroom. He took off toward the bathroom to check on his daddy. I let him watch for a little bit, but then took him back in the other room because it seemed weird being an audience for what was going on. The minute I put Carter down on the floor, he took off for the bathroom after his daddy. I felt so badly for Ty and Carter seemed to as well. I'm hoping he wakes up feeling as good as new tomorrow so he doesn't miss out on the gorgeous weather! Today it got up to 57 degrees and tomorrow the high is supposed to be in the 60's. We had talked about going to the zoo if Ty is up to it. So we'll see what the morning brings.
|Checking on daddy.|