I can't believe we managed to go nearly 2 years with only a few projectile vomits as a bub. My luck has run out!
Picked DD up from daycare after lunch today to find out she'd thrown her lunch up, unfortunately in her carer's car (and I have to admit, one of my thoughts was "thank goodness it wasn't in my car"). Since then she's only had water and saltines, by her own choice, but nothing has stayed down. On the plus side, she's learnt relatively quickly to aim at the pail, or my reaction time is getting better I dug out my only "parenting" book, Toddler Taming, and am somewhat reassured - she has no fever, no diarrhea or other gastro complaint. Just the vomiting. And she's not lethargic, actually quite happy once she's thrown up whatever is in her stomach.
I'm waiting to see how she goes in the night, but how over-reacting would I be if I take her to the dr if she can't keep her breakfast down? Or should I wait longer? If she's still throwing up tomorrow morning that will be over 18 hours since it's started, with her taking no fluids in the meantime. As far as I could tell she didn't pee (or not much) all afternoon or evening so I'd be worried about dehydration mainly, as well as why she's continuing to throw up.
Any comments or advice? Please?!