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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    You took your baby to the hospital: the worst mother in the world wouldn't have done that!
    Thanks VP - I couldn't not have gone cos I literally had every worst case scenario running through my head and I needed the reassurance that she was ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer1 View Post
    Oh your dear mum xxx least you evened things out! So no residual ticks or twitches?
    Hah! Not that I know of

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    The same thing happened with ds.....I rang my mum in tears haha. Looking back now I just laugh. As a pp said they do much worse things to themselves as time goes on.......ds just tried jumping from couch to couch......it didnt end well haha.

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    Its a horrible feeling! I called my DP in tears when it happened to DD at 4 months.
    Now DD is nearly 4 and i have to constantly remind her that she doesnt actually bounce!

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    My dd1 fell off the bed when she was 9months old. She hit her head on the track of the sliding glass door and we had to go to emergency and get it glued together. It was the worst experience of my life. You are not a bad mother it is just another experience to add to the bank lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    You took your baby to the hospital: the worst mother in the world wouldn't have done that! <img src="images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" smilieid="1" class="inlineimg"
    I guess that makes me the worst mother in the world then. My DD has taken a dive off the couch and the bed. Neither time did I take her to the hospital. She stopped crying within a minute both times so I knew she wasn't hurt and I watched her for unusual behaviour or sleepiness.

    I think the worst mother in the world wouldn't care that their baby fell and would do nothing to prevent it happening again. But kids are slippery little suckers and can get away from you even with the best intentions. Give yourself a hug.

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    Thank you all. DD is really great today. All she seems to have is a bruise on her knee. I'm feeling less miserable today, and just more motivated to keep my baby as safe as possible.


 

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