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Old 01-16-2013, 08:16 AM   #8
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Glad to hear the responses. I have several friends who go by the 'if they don't act sick, they're not sick' attitude and I can't stand it. One of my kids brings home a virus and our whole house is wiped out for 4-5 weeks while it passes around.

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Originally Posted by nursemama23
It depends. Fever, yes. Vomiting, sometimes. My oldest dd has always been a vomiter. When she was younger she would vomit almost daily over nothing (dh was the same when younger, often related to some perceived stress/anxiety) and still will vomit if really stressed/anxious over something (a week after Sandy Hook there were rumors of threats at multiple local schools and police were present, she vomited that evening). So for her, no, I don't always keep her home. Middle dd, yes, as she only vomits when sick.
I'm just referring to sick vomit, you the kind. My ds1 is also a vomiter. Nerves, food texture, smells....they can all be triggers. I don't keep him for that either.
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