Posted by Joke at 7:47 AM
BabelBabe posted at 10:45 AM, March 03, 2008
as long as you don't knit in bed, you should be safe...
blackbird posted at 12:46 PM, March 03, 2008
I'm trying to picture you knitting.
No I'm not.
HEATHER posted at 2:33 PM, March 03, 2008
Levaqin doesn't bother me. Or maybe I'm just dead already.
Badger posted at 3:26 PM, March 03, 2008
It's a good thing you only require something like 90 minutes of sleep per night. That's all I can say.
MsCellania posted at 5:01 PM, March 03, 2008
Yes, I was thinking the same thing; thank God the man doesn't need much sleep, if any.
You must have to take their uniform trousers to be altered - those things are HUGE in the waist! Good he's gaining weight - did they say to add some probiotics or digestive enzymes...just an idea...
Remind me to offer you guys the soundproof media room when you come to visit...
Joke posted at 10:26 PM, March 03, 2008
The problem is mostly that he won't ingest ANYTHING unless we go all foie gras on him.
He'd rather just chatter freely at dinner.
bluemountainsmary posted at 12:26 AM, March 04, 2008
Yes thought things had gone a little quiet over theah.
So you are ALL having a bad run with health stuff.
Hope things are on the improve.
Kim posted at 7:49 AM, March 04, 2008
Dude, if you start crafting on me I am going to have to come over there and whip.your.arse.
And not in a good way.
Stomper Girl posted at 8:56 PM, March 04, 2008
Hope you are all recovered. I sympathise about TFBYM's night terrors, Fixit has really full-on nightmares too. I have to wake him by shouting because he is very prone to lashing out otherwise and he is much bigger and stronger than me!
Thanks for the qantas thing, we had a good chuckle.
Joke posted at 12:33 PM, March 05, 2008
The worst thing to happen to me while dreaming was dreaming I was at the dentist and in my sleep spitting on TFBIM.
She didn't take it well, incidentally.
Kim posted at 8:15 PM, March 05, 2008
OK I'm telling you this story not because I think it will be the case with NOS but just because it reminded me of it.
A friend of mine's youngest son has obsessive compulsive disorder and recently had this whole 'incident' of thinking something was in his hair/then in his eye - it was a spot in his eye he couldn't dislodge.
It turned out (after many weeks of seriously harmful stress levels for any parent) that he had a lesion on his brain that may have come from a very minor stroke due to severe vitamin deficiencies.
Isn't that scary and horrible. But basically he is a 16 year old kid with his own issues which manifest in the types of food he will eat - and the implications have been beyond anything his parents or any of us could even imagine.
So keep plying him with those protein shakes!
(I'm really fearful of posting this as I fear I am turning into my mother, the queen of the inappropriate comment, who if someone tells her something turns around and asks them some horrendous question about it - putting something into their minds they hadn't even thought of. That or providing a story of a hideous outcome of a similar situation...)
Joke posted at 11:26 PM, March 05, 2008
The good thing about NOS is that he will eat anything.
He just won't (voluntarily) eat more than three forkfuls.