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Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Noah's First Blog (Not for Weak Stomachs)

Last night I woke up and ran in to my mom and dad's room. I was crying that I was afraid that I was going to throw up. My mom didn't understand me. She said, "Stop crying." Then, I threw up on my mom's arm and her sheet. My dad said, "Noah! Where do you throw up?!" Then, my dad grabbed me and ran me in his bathroom. And, then he put me by the toilet. Then, I threw up in the toilet. Then, I had to take a bath. Then, my dad let me out of the bath. Then, I got back in bed. My dad gave me a tupperware, and we called it my throw up bowl. Then, I snuggled up in bed. Then, I grabbed my throw up bowl and then I burped! Then, I grabbed my throw up bowl again. Then, I burped again! Then, I grabbed my throw up bowl again... and I burped again! Then, I grabbed my throw up bowl, and then I threw up in my throw up bowl. And then, I threw up again. Then again. Then, I cried, "Mom!" And then, my dad got me out of bed.

Then, I got a drink of water. Then, I drunk and then I swished it around. Then, I spit it out. Then, I brushed my teeth. Then, I got some mouthwash. Then, I swooshed it around. Then, I spit it out. Then, my dad had a talk with me about sometimes Heavenly Father just knows the best thing that is right. Then, Hyrum got up. Then, he listened, too. Then, my dad put oil on my head. Then, Hyrum said, "Oil on my head?" Then, my dad said, "No." Then, my dad said, "Hyrum, I am giving Noah a blessing." Then, my dad said, "Hyrum, fold your arms. I am going to give Noah a blessing." Then, I got back in bed after the blessing. Then, I said, "Dad - how is Heavenly Father so powerful?" Then, my dad said, "He is perfect." Then, after the prayer, my dad put on my blankets. Then, I slept. Then, I woke up and said, "I have good news - I am all better now!" Then, I got back in bed.

The End!

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This is Noah's first blog. He dictated this to me as I typed. I didn't help him with anything else. When you read it, it might seem long and tedious, but that's how my night went. I had some special experiences with the boys, but now I'm home sick. It was still worth it, though. Noah said to me before going to bed the third or fourth time, "Dad - I'm sorry I threw up on your wife." I told him it was okay - since the first shot didn't get on me while I was sleeping. Just kidding - I didn't say that.

--Jer

8 comments:

Tamy Wilson said...

Oh so precious. I hope you all are feeling better. I HATE throw up.

The Littlefields said...

That was really sweet. I like that he said he was sorry he threw up on your wife. He's too cute and growing up so fast!

Mandy said...

Ew. Sorry your wife was thrown up on!

Swordfish said...

How sweet Noah is. He was just as cute at grandma's this weekend when we were chatting. You guys are teaching him well. I hope Hyrum is feeling better.

vickiecraw said...

Awwww, the memories! Jer and Kristi you are doing a great job teaching your kids.What great examples you are to them.We are proud of you all.Hope everyone is better now. Love, Aunt Vickie

Holly or Joe said...

Sweet...and sad, poor sick kid. But, awesome parents! What a great post!

Jen'n'Jordan said...

I'm so sorry! We all had the yucky bug last week, too. But no one threw up on Jordan's wife. (Good thing, too!) Great job using even throw up as a teaching moment! I'm sure he'll remember it for a long time to come. :)

Jordan and Nikki Brown said...

That was very cute!