Unfortunately I couldn't sit in the back of the car with her because there are 2 car seats and DS had to come with us as well (so I couldn't take the other seat out). The gap between them is only a few centimetres.
It was a tough decision and I don't know if we did the right thing. We phoned for an ambulance but not 000, we phoned the non-emergency number. I went with her in the ambulance and DF and DS followed in the car. I felt really bad because I know it wasn't life threatening, we just didn't see any other alternative. Ever time she vomitted if she wasn't being held forward she wouldn't clear it all out. She also just wanted to be held as she was very tired, extremely pale and very listless. That's why we hesitated about putting her in her car seat.
I've only ever phoned an ambo once before when I walked past a man in the City who keeled over and collapsed at a bus stop - he was unconscious. I phoned for the ambos whilst other people attended to him.