Sunday, February 27, 2011

Out it comes.....

Just as I thought we are coming to the end of illness week(s), Christopher causes me to flip with a bout of vomitting again.

He woke up Friday feeling malaise. Had a slight fever. And vomitted 3-4 times. By night, kungkung and porpor were threatening him with hospital visits and drips if he doesn't eat.

I am wondering if he has a eating disorder? He always tells me that he has trouble swallowing. And he just lets the food stay in his mouth for ever and ever. If we don't remind him to bite and swallow, he will just leave it there.

And recently he has been using water to wash his food down rather tahn swallowing. Do any of your kids have this swallowing problem?

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As for Ah Girl.....AT LAST we can see the white of her 2 lower teeth. Gosh....almost 11 months and no teeth yet? Although she is excellent at crawling now and walks using furniture as support.

She has excellent leg control squatting and standing constantly. And sometimes doing some tai chi poses squatting mid way with her hands out. Still no guts to take the first step though!

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As for hubby and me.....reckon we need some time off.....thinking of a local holiday. Any good ideas in the Selangor district?

8 comments:

Small Kucing said...

mine also like to be "Hamster". He does it for meat and certain types of vegetables. At times he also wash down his food with water/soup. Now he is 3 yr old.

My niece also used to be "hamster" around this age

mommy to chumsy said...

ashley is like this too. worse when she's sick. just refused to swallow and keep the food in her mouth. it's torturous to get her to eat everyday. i think many kids are like this? i don't see her keeping french fries in her mouth though *pulls hair*

psst..i need a holiday too! let me know if you found a nice one in Selangor :D

mNhL said...

My brother used to be like that. Keeping food in his mouth. Then my parents came to realised that he was having mouth ulcers. But it is part of his habit as well. Till now, he still eats very slowly. hahaha...

Mummy Gwen said...

Gwen also takes some time to swallow her food. She can't swallow if it's a very big bite. I need to teach her how to swallow...like swallow bit by bit first. I think she swallow it whole...you get what I mean..hehe.

Hope Chris recovers soon and you and family found a great place to relax.

Alice Law said...

Hrm... he sounds like a gentleman to me(Shi Man), so polite until can't take a big chunk of food!lol!

Congratulation on your girl's development, she is indeed has very strong legs!^-^

andrewjune said...

genting highlands? do take a break!

does boy boy stills vomits? hope he's all well by now!

Dora said...

yes u guys need some freedom seriously! Maybe Sepang Gold Coast as it's quite a hit for short getaway.

Shireen Loh said...

Hi Ann, yep, Dora is right - Sepang Gold Coast is pretty good. But be warned the water is filthy. If you can tahan not dipping yourself then it's ok, just enjoy the facilities and the room.