So, last night I made some homemade spaghetti. I grilled the hamburger instead of frying it, and made a sauce from scratch. I decided to give it a little kick and put about a teaspoonful of habanero sauce in the spaghetti sauce. My kids loved it, but even though it didn't taste spicy to my kids and me, my wife couldn't eat it. She said it was too spicy. My 2 year old had two plates of it. After they went to bed, we hears my two year old crying. When we checked on her, she would only say, "My boo boo." We found a Lego toy in her bed, and thought she had scratched herself. About ten minutes later, she started throwing up, and couldn't even hold down water for several hours. I called the emergency room, and they weren't much help over the phone but said to watch her. After doing some reading online, I found out that the habanero was likely to blame. It turns out that habanero can be spicy in your mouth for up to 20 minutes. But even though you can't feel it, that spiciness can continue in your stomach for several hours, basically causing your body to reject it. Moral of the story is, be careful about feeding little children even mildly spicy food. Has anyone had any trouble with this type of thing before? Tbh, I'm a little concerned that it may have had lasting effects, and will be watching her for stomach pains over the next few days.