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    Not me but my SIL was at the local park with her friend and her 1 year old DD who looked like she had found an old bottle and was about to drink from it but luckily SIL saw that it actually was a bong and grabbed it just in time !

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    My son found (and drank) half a blue pop top, i was freaking out that it wasnt just blue cordial.

    All the usual band aid / chewing gum etc type things have been brought to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby star View Post
    My son found (and drank) half a blue pop top, i was freaking out that it wasnt just blue cordial.

    All the usual band aid / chewing gum etc type things have been brought to me
    This my dd (2) picked up a red pop top at the park 2 weeks ago and proceeded to drink it. My dad was watching her while I took ds (4) to the loo. I came back in shock horror. Raced over and took it off her. I have no idea how much she drank. It was really hot and obviously days old as the sticker was sun faded. I had to smell it to check it wasn't something else. I felt SO sick!!! Poor dad didn't even twig lol.

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    My Miss 3 always checks under restaurant/cafe tables to find used chewing gum and without fail finds some and proceeds to eat it! She is so crafty, as as quick as a flash she will find it and have it in her mouth beforeI've even sat down.

    My eldest daughter was walking along side me when she was about two and unbeknown to me, had found a used toothpick and had it her her mouth! I completely freaked worrying about all manner of things.


 

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