I got an ice pack while Mickey took him to the couch to lay down. Then I went to find some Benadryl, just in case. We only had capsules. Kade said he couldn't swallow it so I asked him what he wanted me to mix the medicine up with so he could have some. He picked chocolate ice cream. He ate it without any problems. Kade was still pretty worked up and in pain. Mickey gave him a priesthood blessing.
I went outside after Kade was settled with a can of Raid to avenge my baby but I couldn't find anything that needed to be killed.
Later the swelling had gone down and Kade was feeling better but the sting site on his leg was still looking puffy. I made him a paste of baking soda and water and applied it to his stings. (While doing this I had a memory come to mind when one of us kids got stung at my grandma's house. She made the paste and put a piece of bread over it and tied it on with a towel. Looking at the mess dripping on the chair I now know why she put the bread over it.)
It really helped to draw out the venom in his leg.
This is what I think stung him. If so, I don't know if I really want to be spending much time on the deck until winter. The kids are already freaked out and say they won't go out back to play. What a shame.