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    What the hell? I am actually speechless

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    A workmate was telling me he leaves his two sons age 3 & 6 home alone during the night while he takes a 40 min trip to pick up his wife from work @ 3am...I told him all the reasons he shouldn't, he's soo naive he didn't even think of the what if's!

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    Some people just don't deserve to have kids....

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    So so wrong. We live a 5 min walk/2 min drive from the train station and if DS is sleeping I wouldn't dream of leaving him there whilst I went to pick DH up even if it was raining, hailing, late at night etc.

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    Illegal and really bad judgment

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    Not only is that illegal but for me a billion what ifs come to mind. And how a person could live with themselves if one of those what ifs happened.

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    No way. That's really shocking. Anything could, and does, happen.

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    Yes, shocked and appalled. It's illegal and very stupid.

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    @EmeraldDolly that is exactly what I mentioned too.
    Yes probability that something does happen is quite low but when it does how huge the impact. How can you keep going on with your life if something happens...

    What annoyed me the most was that my friend thought this made sense and proved that her friend hadn't had her life taken over by kids :-/

    Should I add that my friend was involved in a freak accident last year so she should know that things with a very low probability do happen

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    absolutely shocked that this would ever be considered acceptable. I had so much trouble believing my daughter was ok when she was a baby, that even when I was in the external rumpus room, i would constantly go back and check on her in the house when she was sleeping. I was so paranoid that something would happen to her in the 5 mins I wasn't looking, she was such a perfect miracle...

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