What did you say, Mummy?
May’s comment: Sorry, Georgie! I know you can’t help it and I am not blaming you. But why in the night – is my question? You can be sick, and you are entitled to get sick – just why always from 2am till 4am?!?!?!
At the moment there’s too much going on and I can’t spend my nights waiting to see if you are going to be sick on the bed or the carpet or the hallway rug – for that matter until you have learnt to be sick in the bathroom. I am ok for you to be sick on the wooden floors in the study. It still means that every time I get up in the middle of the night I have to look in to see if you have been sick again. It will just be for two nights while we see if the Zantac syrup works – while I’m trying to find pumpkin puree!
Of course I have thought – what if this is the night he doesn’t get sick and I will feel so bad for banning him.
Funny how every time George starts licking his lips as he gets sick that when I raise my head to see what he’s doing, Darcy does exactly the same – and we both stay watching him like that … till either he does get sick and the bedroom turns into a flurry of activities or he continues to lick his lips till we all fall asleep again.