Once upon a time there was a baby named Ella who had colic.
Her mommy knew she had colic because Ella cried. A lot. The doctors and the websites all said that if the baby cried more than three hours for more than three days every week for three weeks… it was colic.
Baby Ella did indeed cry that much.. and more!
So, her mommy knew she had colic… but there wasn’t any sort of cure for colic except for time and patience.
And the vacuum cleaner.
For some reason, listening to the vacuum cleaner would sometimes, only sometimes but still, calm baby Ella down enough to let her fall asleep.
Eventually, baby Ella grew out of her colic and her mommy sighed a HUGE sigh of relief.
Nowadays Ella is almost a toddler. She loves to play and listen to music. She is a very good sleeper (even if she doesn't always want to go down for her naps).
And Ella hates the vacuum cleaner.
If her mommy tries to use it while Ella is playing in a nearby room, Ella screams in terror.
If her mommy tries to use it while Ella is safe in her high chair, Ella screams in terror.
If her mommy tries to use it when Ella is upstairs playing happily in her crib, Ella screams in terror.
Terror. Big body shaking tears and gulping sobs of terror.
The kind of crying that takes nearly half an hour to quiet or sooth away.
So her mommy got crafty: “I’ll vacuum while she is asleep!” she thought, “After all… baby Ella is a good sleeper. She sleeps through parties, TV shows, the door bell and me hammering together a bookshelf! She even slept through kids playing with fire crackers right under her window!”
But Ella has a 6th vacuum cleaner sense. Even asleep, she hates it and will wake up SCREAMING if her mommy tries to use it at night.
Ella’s mommy is at her wits end and the floor is in desperate need for a cleaning.
Can you help Ella’s mommy find a happy ending? She would love you forever!