Step Two - Breathe deeply of the air
Step Three - Hug all occupants
Step Four - Go home and wait
Step Five - When you feel that little knot in your stomach, remain close to the bathroom
Step Six - After emptying all bodily fluids from every orifice, repeat and repeat and repeat again. When finished, repeat again.
Step Seven - Don't eat or drink for two days. Don't worry about will power, you won't want to and you can't.
Step Eight - step on the scales and admire your success.
As you probably surmised, we have been victims of a particularly nasty stomach virus. It started with our one-year-old grandson, Gavin. He became ill on Saturday. He got sick in his mom's car as they were coming over to drop Jonathan, Gavin's older brother, off at our house. Jonathan spends every Saturday night with us when they are in town. Cindy knew Gavin had not been feeling well for a couple of hours and she was not going to bring him in so I wouldn't get sick. However, she felt she needed to bring him in and get him cleaned up. I wore a face mask for a little bit, but that didn't last long - silly me. Of course he wanted Papa to hold him and I wasn't strong enough to resist. He got sick again, but fortunately he was with his mom at that point but they both needed a bath this time. After getting him and herself cleaned up, they went home. He was sick from both ends all night long and by morning she took him to the ER. They put him on zofran and also prescribed popsicles for hydration therapy.
Here is a picture of him in the ER in the middle of his "therapy"