Baby Blues cracks me up. And reminds me that there is more than one reason to not have cranberries at my table. Because I love you, I will tell you how to remedy this situation, not that it’s happened to us, without costing you say… a $230 trip to the ER. If something, say a cranberry, gets lodged up your child’s nose and you can’t reach it, even with tweezers or needle nose (hilarious!) pliers, and you’ve had your daughter… er… child… blow and blow and it isn’t helping, don’t panic. Take your finger and pinch closed the other nostril and then cover her… or his… mouth with your own and blow gently. Maybe a few times. The cranberry/bead/whatever should move down far enough for you to then pull it out. If you go to the ER to learn this trick and they walk you through the whole thing, even though they never lay a hand on your child, it will cost you say…approximately $239.
I give you this wisdom for free. You’re welcome.
I hope you had a delightful Thanksgiving. And all noses were cranberry free. May they continue to be so (the holiday as well as your noses).