For mine, it was sudden changes in temperature and if he laughed too much or cried too long - weird I know - also, really cold days got him going too. His worst months of the year were May and December. We had a nebulizer at home for him, but we could count on him being hospitalized at least twice a year (in those months) no matter how much we wrapped him up, kept him quiet, etc etc. HIs doctor used to piss me off (even tho he was a very good doctor) - because he would say, "Let him play, mama - he is a boy!" I wanted to say so badly "yeah, but you're not going to be the one up with him at 2:00 a.m. trying to help him breathe!" In all fairness tho, I understood what the doctor was saying - but it was hard!
at 10:17 PM on May. 7, 2011