Well it's managed to hit us all hard. Tuesday night when the boys woke up from their naps they were both running a fever. They only had low grade fevers at that point. Around 5pm that night My 2 year old started vomiting. He couldn't hold down nothing not even an oz. of water. His fever never went any higher than 99.5 dgrees. Around 7pm he looked very pale and had circles under his eyes. He was couching pretty hard too. I gave him tylenol and we put him to bed. My 10 month old started running 101.5 degree temp and as the night went on got more cranky. We gave him some tynelol and put him to bed at 7:30pm. I noticed that I had his annoying cough. Nothing serious just a little cough. Woke up the next morning running a 100.5 dgree temp, coughing to the point I can't breath and I'm choking, I'm pale, have red circles under my eyes and every part of my body hurts. My 2 year old woke up with a 99.2 degree temp and my 10 month old woke up with a 101.6 degree temp. My 2 year old was still vomiting and not keeping anything down. At that point I decided to call the ped and make an appointment. Got an appointment and took them in. Turns out my 2 year old has a virus that just has to run it's course and my 10 month old had an ear infection. We got medicine for his ear infection. After we got home Dh started not to feel well. He started throwing up and have diherria. No fever just throwing up. All night long I had to listen to him throwing up. Neither one of us got any sleep. I'm still running a fever, coughing, runny nose, and sore all over. It's getting alittle better as long as I take some tylenol and drink plenty of sprite. Dh has stopped vomiting and is doing better. Hopefully we all get over this soon.
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