You're not really a parent until you're in a restaurant with poo on you. For the second time since having Mia I've found myself in this position. My poor baby girl is sick, but you wouldn't know it. She doesn't act sick and she doesn't have a fever, but over the weekend we found that she'd thrown up all over her crib, but she woke up happy and played all day. So the next day we thought we'd be safe to go out and run some errands, but when we stopped for dinner she apparently wasn't feeling well because she all of a sudden started crying and when Josh picked her up she had poo all up her back and down her legs. What was worse is that this bad mom downsized to the small diaper bag that didn't contain a spare set of clothes for her so after I got her cleaned up (and got poo cleaned off my sleeve) I wrapped my scarf around her like a skirt and put on her sweatshirt which was miraculously safe from the disaster. Needless to say we went straight home and the poor thing threw up again once we got there. When she's not running a fever and acting normal how are we to tell if she's sick?
We are supposed to go to a New Years Eve party tonight as a family, but I don't want to take the chance that she'll have one of those accidents again. Poor little baby if she's not well I don't want to be dragging her around especially in the super cold temperatures we're going to see tonight.