Tonight was the first time this month you’ve had your bottle at bedtime and have been able to breath.
For the whole month, you’ve taken a few swallows, paused for breath like a swimmer, and then swallowed some more.
You’re also able to keep your mouth closed and breath through your nose when we’re trying to give you your medicine. And then you spit the medicine back out.
So, you’re finally turning the corner and getting over your first illness.
You’re back to your usually happy self. We’re glad you’re feeling better.