The kiddos are still sick and it almost seems like they're getting worse! Addison threw up Friday during his nap after a coughing fit and then threw up again Sunday during his nap and Cambria threw up after she went to bed from coughing so much. I know doctors tell you not to until they're 6, but my sister suggested giving them 1/2 teaspoon Dimetapp. I've also tried homemade cough syrup--1/2 - 1 teaspoon corn syrup and my nanny suggested honey mixed with oil. We've also given them warm juice, ran the cool mist humidifiers in their rooms, put Mentholatum under their noses and on their chests and put nasal decongestant drops in their noses and suctioned them out. Who knows what will take away their awful coughs and congested noses. It's been pretty rough. I feel so bad for them. I wish I could figure out how to get them better so that life around here could get back to normal and the kids wouldn't have to suffer anymore.
However, we've had some cute moments with the kids. Yesterday before the kids went to bed, Jeremiah and I found Weston sitting in the dolly's stroller and Brynlee and Addison were taking turns pushing him around the house. It was so adorable!!
On Saturday Jeremiah took all four kids on a walk around the neighborhood. He is such a great daddy. The leashes help very much when we take out all four by ourselves which rarely happens. I always thought leashes were cruel until I had quadruplets. They are the best invention ever because the kids have the freedom to explore a little and we don't have to worry about them running into the street. At Target Eddie Bauer makes some with monkeys and puppies the kids wear on their backs like backpacks. My kids love their leashes. They call them their backpacks.