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Old 12-12-2012, 12:39 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Tyler's one of those sleepy heads too. He's in no rush to eat b'fast at any time. Will eat when I make it. Just seems very odd to me that they would BOTH spit up. One, yeah, two, strange. What kind of food are they eating? Was it a new bag? Just wondering. Hope they will feel fine, Cory.
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Old 12-12-2012, 12:40 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Hope they are feeling better Cory. I just discovered 2 little places in our bedroom where it appears Bella has done the same recently. This is where she watches us come and go from the driveway and now I wonder if she could be getting overly upset . I'll be keeping an eye on that. ..... Anyway, a bit of bile isn't anything too much to worry over. They probably caught a little bug or something and it ran its course. Please keep us posted on how your beautiful babies are doing.
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Tyler's one of those sleepy heads too. He's in no rush to eat b'fast at any time. Will eat when I make it. Just seems very odd to me that they would BOTH spit up. One, yeah, two, strange. What kind of food are they eating? Was it a new bag? Just wondering. Hope they will feel fine, Cory.
I'm glad my kids aren't the only sleepy heads! I thought it was strange too when I saw both vomited. I have been feeding this bag since last Friday but with no problems at all. They are now sleeping again. Kissy is passed out on my lap and Bibu in his bed next to my desk.

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Hope they are feeling better Cory. I just discovered 2 little places in our bedroom where it appears Bella has done the same recently. This is where she watches us come and go from the driveway and now I wonder if she could be getting overly upset . I'll be keeping an eye on that. ..... Anyway, a bit of bile isn't anything too much to worry over. They probably caught a little bug or something and it ran its course. Please keep us posted on how your beautiful babies are doing.
Poor Bella. Do you think she might vomit from being nervous b/c of you leaving? Have you tried leaving something to entertain her while you're gone? Like a stuffed Kong toy? This might not cause her to see you drive away. I always get nautious before important events like a job interview. I used to get nervous on my first couple of dates with my DH. Thank goodness we're married now!
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Cozette will vomit bile when it has been too long since she last ate. I learned a hard lesson with that! Then she will usually refuse to eat, so it becomes a cycle. Anyway, I'm guessing that is all it is. Sometimes if I expect her to sleep longer (ie, I want to sleep in, LOL) I'll give her a Gerber hot dog just before bed so it won't be such a long stretch without food.
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Cozette will vomit bile when it has been too long since she last ate. I learned a hard lesson with that! Then she will usually refuse to eat, so it becomes a cycle. Anyway, I'm guessing that is all it is. Sometimes if I expect her to sleep longer (ie, I want to sleep in, LOL) I'll give her a Gerber hot dog just before bed so it won't be such a long stretch without food.
Mmmm...a Gerber hot dog sounds delish! Good idea and thanks for the tip Jackie!
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Bibu... Kissy... did you go off and eat something you shouldn't have last night?

Did they spend time in the yard? Or lick something?

Gus vomits bile when he eats too much fat or nibbles the leaves in the backyard.

Hope it was a one timer and they feel better
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:23 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Cory-must be going around. Weird that both yours did it. Oh well prob nothing.
This morning penny woke me up 6 am doing that reverse sneeze/gasping thing I think it's rev sneeze. I got up to check in her. She had vomited on the bed. Not the bile kind. This had food in it. When they ate I gave her 1/2 her normal food but she was begging for more. I have no idea what made her vomit at 6 am? I am going to get those gerber dogs--I keep forgetting.

??When they vomit it can cause that reverse sneeze gasp thing, RIGHT?

Far as Sleepyheads: (Sammie is 3 and has always slept late and was never in hurry to eat in am. Then penny came to live with us. Since she's just 1 yr old she wants to eat ASAP in am. A piggy. So naturally Sammie has to eat too. I hate this for him -- but I notice she is waiting later and later. so maybe she will catch up to him and he can go back to his later bfast sched which I know he would prefer).

Glad your two are fine now. They are SO adorable.
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