I know many people already know that you MUST have a sense of humor to be a parent or you are doomed, but somethings just bring out the 8 year old in me. It may not be terribly nice and Ceci is going to dislike this post in about 10-12 years, but I just find these things funny.
It seems that Ceci suffers from some amount of motion sickness, we have been on two long car rides and the poor girl has tossed her cookies. I am currently looking up tips and tricks to keep her from getting sick in the first place, but I would be a fool if I wasn't also hunting down something for her to "throw-out" (her translation of throw-up) into. I've had more than my fair share of rides on the porcelain bus, so I figure I'm allowed to laugh at all this, long and hard if I must. And now that I have my own little girl getting sick from time to time, if I don't laugh, I will be in tears.
I just had to share some of the emesis bags I have found over the course of the day because some of these are far to funny to keep to myself. Apparently the people who make these things have a fantastic sense of humor too!
The first and my most favorite had me laughing so hard I cried. You have to watch the little 5 minute video, and please while you are watching it imagine a little kid with this thing strapped onto them. You will laugh too, I just can't imagine how the host talks about it with a straight face for the entire 5 minutes, he is very dedicated to his product.
The next one, is all sorts of cute and funny. Who knew barf bags could be this interesting. There are over 115 different designs to choose from and they can be used for so much more than puke.
Another one with a different target audience in mind, but still entertaining to me was,
Last and certainly not least were the ones we ended up buying, since they are carried at a local pharmacy. The image on the box alone cracks me up. It's horrible!
I hope this at least reached the 8 year old in you and made you chuckle. I didn't realize there was such humor surrounding this touchy subject, I still thought it was a bit taboo, but it seems it certainly is not. I'm happy to see that we can laugh and poke fun at all this because laughing is about the only way to survive the clean up.