You know your day isn't going to be all that simple when your child throws up on you...twice. Before 11 a.m. Miles woke up with a stomach virus this morning, poor little guy. I called his pediatrician's office to hear what I expected to hear: clear liquids, and this would probably last 12 to 24 hours. It's so strange, though, when as a parent you are supposed to take care of your child's needs, only to have a nurse tell you, "Don't give him any solid food today." I mean, okay, I'm going to follow the rules, but it's just odd to not give your child food for a whole day! I guess it's obvious that Miles has escaped the stomach virus thus far (thank goodness). As my immune system is not totally up to par, I am half-expecting to pick up this bug in the next day or so. But hey, you never know. And Casey shared a spoon with him this morning when eating cereal (of course, before we knew Miles was sick), but Casey gets sick so rarely that I wouldn't be surprised if some of his own antibodies had jumped onto Miles to fight this thing. Good ol' daddy antibodies.