Sunday, March 6, 2011

Caillou: Our new nebulizer friend

Boys are still doing one nebulizer a day, but since they have been sick we have increased that to twice.  We discovered a way that they would sit still and hold the mask.  His name is called “Caillou”.  He is a 4-year old boy that grows bigger every day.  He has a cat named Gilbert.  This little bald, headed boy is our rescuer from using bear hugs to restrain E and B from getting away while they do their nebulizer.  

Caillou comes on and they are under a spell.  I don’t know what it is about this show, but I’ll take it.sub-square-caillou

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Here is Bennett flying solo.

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3 comments:

The Bormann Family said...

That's how we got through our neb treatments too! Thank goodness we haven't seen that all winter!

zubair ali said...

Activated oxygen performs a big function – whilst energy is grew to become on the generated energetic oxygen molecules skip through the reservoir, tube and mask and for the subsequent 7 mins it runs via the loop. try so clean

Jeson Devid said...

You guys make it really easy for all the folks out there. Supplement