I was recently having a conversation with a group of moms where we exchanged our worst horror stories of motherhood. One thing everyone agreed on is that being a parent is a lot like being in the boy or girl scouts. Certain experiences, especially the gross ones, should earn you a badge of distinction in parenting. In particular, everyone agreed that life would be so much easier if the cures for projectile diarrhea in babies were included in some kind of manual for new parents. But, as you probably already know, no one gives you an instructional guide when you have your baby.
Unfortunately, no matter which healthy habits you adopt or how diligently you clean, almost all little ones will catch some kind of stomach virus, have a bad reaction to something they ate, or have digestive troubles that result in the kind of bowel movements that can contaminate everything within a five mile radius. It's just one of those things that every new parent goes through and comes out on the other side with a greater appreciation for solid stool (and scented trash bags). So if your child is in the throes of terrible tummy troubles, check out these cures for projectile diarrhea in babies. And maybe consider buying a nose plug and disposable gloves.