March 29, 2011

Monday Madness

Yesterdays events did not go as planned. Firstly it was crop day, which I always look forward to from the second we finish the previous one! Plus yesterday Steve had offered to look after the small people so that I could get more done.

*the three of us that crop all have children and they usually play together while we are creating*

Unfortunately I discovered Sunday night that I had ran out of ink so I decided that I would rush off in the morning to get one, so I set off at 8.30am (probably not the best time!), arrived at Tesco, purchased a colour ink, put fuel in the car and made my way back. Due to the time of day this took over an hour!

I arrived back at home and went straight upstairs to install my colour ink (panicking slightly at the time) only to find that I had plenty of colour - it was black ink I needed! *Luckily I had a spare in the drawer* So I sorted the printer and began printing pics for the crop annoyed with myself for wasting over an hour.

10 minutes later (around 10am now and panic levels increasing) Steve came up the stairs covered in sick! Adam had vomited all over both of them!

My poor little boy had been sick and didn't even care, there wasn't any fuss at all! He looked so pale and curled up on the settee to watch Thomas, then 5 minutes later he threw up again!

So, like any mum would, I decided to stay at home and look after my poorly baby instead of the crop.....

He is much better today and running around like normal!

- Posted from Rachel B's iPhone, a bit of loveliness!

10 comments:

Amy said...

Oh my goodness, that is such a shame for you and such a terrible thing for the poor little man! The sick ups are just horrible ... at least he looks a little better now :-)

Sian said...

I'm glad he's feeling better, but what a shame! I'm sorry you didn't make it to the crop after all that effort.

Lynn said...

I hope he is feeling better now - look on the bright side you have photos all ready for your next crop.

furrypig said...

not the best of days! Kids seem to recover quite quickly luckily, hope he is better and that the crop can be rescheduled

scrappyjacky said...

Sorry you missed the crop....kids do pick their times, don't they?? Glad he seems better today.

Melissa said...

Rachel, so sorry you missed your crop but really glad the little one is feeling better! Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could bounce back as easily.:>)

Gez said...

awe, bless your little one Rachel. Hope it isn't too long before your next crop & Adam is soon on the mend.xx

Maya said...

Poor baby! Good to hear he is doing better! Hope the the next crop day will be more successful!

Amy said...

Poor little guy! Glad that it wasn't a long flu and he's back to normal today!! Fingers crossed you don't get it next :)

humel said...

Oh, no! Poor little chap - and poor you! I'm glad he's feeling better now xx