After seeing the paediatric doctor, he informed me, that Sunny was ok, just a case of him choking on a bottle (which I did not agree with).
The doctor told me to take Sunny home, but I knew something was wrong so I headed to Alder Hey Hospital.
When I arrived at the reception I explained what had happened, and the receptionist came around to my side and just took off with Sunny and I ran quickly behind her.
Within 20 mins sunny was put in an isolation, with needles inserted into every available point, even his head.
After a few hours I was told Sunny had e-coli septicaemia, he remained in hospital for 2 weeks and made a full recovery until 6 months old when he had an asthma attack (we didn’t know he had asthma).
He spent the next 24 months in and out of hospital with chest infections at aged 4 Sunny again collapsed not breathing and he was diagnosed with anaphylaxis.
At age 8 sunny was diagnosed with adrenal insufficiency and multiple allergies.
Sunny has numerous problems but he fights every illness and ailment and is a happy 11 year old, so no matter how difficult life can get, his fight is what keeps me going.