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  1. 7th October 2017 / 11:39

    I will say, every time I go and visit my friend and her children (whom I like to think of as my adoptive nephew and neice) they seem to be sick with something! Can’t work out if it’s me, or just life haha. I do know children can make your life very hard when they are ill … bless them!

    • admin
      7th October 2017 / 17:02

      Kids are just buckets full of germs ๐Ÿ˜‚

  2. 7th October 2017 / 15:27

    We’ve had our fair share of tummy bugs and other illness on holiday, but fortunately nothing too serious just lost a few days of holiday. We always travel with an ear thermometer as our children always have temperatures when they are ill, and of course a supply of Calpol. Love your quote, it’s so true especially when they are younger!

    • admin
      7th October 2017 / 17:01

      It’s starting to get better now they’re older thank goodness but when they’re sick it’s like everything regresses lol

  3. 7th October 2017 / 17:42

    It is frightening when babies/ kids fall ill/ get hurt when in a new place, but I guess you csn’t stop travelling and holidaying! Be smart, take the necessary vaccinations and precautions prior to travel, and keep a first-aid kit annd medicine bag with you at all times. I always carry calpol sachets on a flight – for the unexpected fever/ pain/ toothache.

    • admin
      7th October 2017 / 17:44

      So frightening. ๐Ÿ˜ข

    • admin
      7th October 2017 / 18:51

      Oh no! Assume everything was ok? Did you consider not going?

  4. 7th October 2017 / 22:43

    Lily was a reflux baby and is still sick a lot, we pack soare clothes for her and us whenever we go on a long car journey! It still makes me feel sick every time she hurts herself too x

    • admin
      8th October 2017 / 05:05

      Oh – ALWAYS spare clothes!!!! I can’t bear it when they hurt themselves regardless of where we are. When Thing 1 split his chin open I saw stars!

  5. 8th October 2017 / 00:52

    Oh! Traveling with sick kids is the worse! OMG! Your kids has been quite a ride haven’t they. & Yes! Capol & neurofen are something we always make sure we carry then when we go anywhere at all.

    • admin
      8th October 2017 / 05:06

      They have but it’s always been reasonably minor thank goodness. I’m just waiting for one of them to do something more serious!

  6. 8th October 2017 / 10:12

    I took a first aid course when mine were babies – the thought of not knowing what to do was to terrifying for me. My daughter plans to try for a baby next year and her work had paid for her to do a course (not specifically on children however – but useful). I’d thoroughly recommend doing it x

    • admin
      12th October 2017 / 15:51

      I’m always so thankful for having taken a first aid course but now I feel like I need a refresher!

  7. Donna
    8th October 2017 / 12:01

    We’ve had it too. Split lip in Houston, pulled elbow in mexico, heat stroke in Italy. Just got to roll with it!

  8. 8th October 2017 / 13:43

    Thankfully neither of my kids have been sick on holiday so far but they are incredibly accident prone. On our last holiday our youngest ran into the patio door not realising it was shut and got nasty bump to the head, slipped on the bathroom tiles and banged her head again. And then, just to make sure we were truly terrified she decided to tip herself off the back of her seat at a restaurant and fell over some planters, down some steps onto the cobbled stone walkway. And you guessed it, she broke the fall with her head! There was a lot of blood (mainly from her nose and lip) and a huge bump and bruise on her forehead, but amazingly nothing was broken or in need of stitches. That child is going to give me a heart attack!

    • admin
      12th October 2017 / 15:50

      Oh my goodness she really put you through it on that holiday! So glad everything was ok x

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