Top 5 Worst Things About Getting Puked on by a Toddler
1. The noise that happens right before the actual puking begins.
It's horrifying! Do you remember that scene in "Stand By Me", when Gordy feels the train tracks vibrating and stands up to warn his friends of the oncoming disaster? In slow motion, he opens his mouth and screams, "TRAAAAAAAAINNNN!"
That's exactly how I feel right after the puking noise. Every cell in my body wants to beat feet, but I can't seem to move fast enough to get out of the way so I just freeze and yell, "PUUUUUUUUKE!"
2. The smell of vomit. Enough said. Actually, guess we can reference "Stand By Me" again and talk about how last night one little girl turned our home into a complete and total barf-o-rama.
3. Toddlers don't really understand what vomit is. In between episodes of dry heaves and sobs, Grace kept looking up at me with a terrified look on her face and asking, "What is happening?! What IS this?!"
4. Your hands can only catch so much vomit before it starts to spill over onto the chair cushions that don't have removable covers.
5. Nothing looks good when it comes up, but take my word, there is nothing grosser than chocolate, banana, and red raspberry smoothie vomit.
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