I've made a number of discoveries over the past ten minutes.
1. When Hanna chokes on something, she vomits. The nasty kind of vomit, not your average sweet-smelling, pretty baby spit up.
2. The risks of choking are much higher than I had anticipated with Hanna. Apparently I overlooked a small factor named Hallie.
3. A quick wetted towel and some disinfectant are pretty handy to have, you know, on hand. As long as they are out of reach of both the baby and the two year old.
4. Bees AND butterflies are highly attracted to basil.
That last one I discovered when I was looking out the window of our kitchen sink, while rinsing out the vomit/disinfectant soaked towel.