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April 29th, 2010, 09:20 PM
BensMom's Avatar Ephesians 4:29
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When's the last time you had to clean up projectile vomit? I ask, because my oldest did it for the first time tonight. Not pretty... especially on brand new carpet. I spent 45 minutes, but there's still a hint of ketchup. *sigh*
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May 11th, 2010, 01:00 AM
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Have you tried putting meat tenderizer (in a paste & worked in as deep as the stain) and then reblotting it? We have never had projectile vomiting in our kids (thankfully) but I am familiar with it as I had an niece who did it a LOT (bad reflux I guess) & she used to live with us as a small child. I feel rather fortunate in thsi department as our oldest is three & has only thrown up on two occasions (several times each occasion) & our baby has had nothing so far except an occasional spit up. My first never spit up at all to my knowledge - I didn't even know you could have a baby that NEVER spit up until him. He had colic though - so he made up for it in other ways.
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