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Garibay Soup: Gag Reflux

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Gag Reflux

My son has the worst gag reflux. It drives me crazy. If something is put in front of him at the dinner table that he does not like he starts gagging and then throws up. Yes, this beautiful child of mine has thrown up on my kitchen table and made us all not want to eat our food.

One day the office at Jayden's school called and I had to come and pick him up because he got sick in the cafeteria. I walk in the office and he was completely fine. We get in the car and he tells me that a kid chewed up his food and opened his mouth and that made Jayden throw up. UGH!

Today I pick up Jayden and he tells me that he threw up at lunch today. Luckily his teacher is on to his gag reflux and doesn't send him home (I'd hate for him to miss school over this) So, I ask him why he threw up and he told me "Because people make me sick." I laughed my butt off and unfortunately couldn't hold my laughter and laughed in front of him. So, he probably at this point thinks he's hilarious. Oh they joyous things that come out of this little boy's mouth.

Any advice on how to get him not to do this would be awesome!



Blogger Mrs. Mordecai said...

Sorry, I have no idea how to help you out. But if it makes you feel better, my one-year-old shoves his hand down his throat to make himself throw up whenever he gets bored. Especially at mealtimes when he's stuck in his high chair.

January 16, 2008 at 7:48 AM  
Blogger Amanda said...

UGH! Ella does this LOL ~ she's only 5 months, but her fingers are always going down her throat and making herself throw up.

January 16, 2008 at 8:14 AM  

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