Last night I babysat Lexi.
Her mom was doing a night shift in the ICU in Idaho Falls and her daddy is in Dallas for a few months.
She played and sang and stayed up late.
Then at 0-dark-thirty she woke up.
It's been years since I've done the child-barfing-thing during the night.
But this isn't a foreign experience for me.
I'm a nurse for Pete's sake.
Patients come in all the time.
Clutching a Tupperware Bowl.
Using it for...
In the ER we have much more sophisticated equipment.
It's a pink basin.
Totally the latest design.
I am ALWAYS totally sicked out to see the Tupperware bowl in the ER.
Even more sicked out when they insist on taking it home when they are discharged from the ER.
Ya gonna use that thing again?
I have pink basins at home. (new ones might I add)
They are awesome for holding items like measuring cups, small lids and other miscellaneous
So explain this to me:
(I had to reach past a pink basin to get this.
It's clean, don't gag.
For the record.
I have one less Tupperware Bowl.