DS was meant to be going to sleep and instead found a loom band and shoved that up his nose. It eludes me as to how you shove something in there when it's not solid. Wouldn't it just fold up or something? Kids are ingenious sometimes in ways they shouldn't be!
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Davin has gone in 3 times for nose items in the space of 3 months.
1st time was a sponge he had biten out of my kitchen sponge.
2nd time was from the foam gaurd on the doors at daycare to prevent jammed fingers.
And the last time was broken crayon.
He had to be sedated with gas 3 times. As the nurses and I couldn't keep him still enough for a sucker to remove the objects.
DS2 has a habit for posting objects into holes. What better holes then the ones in your face.
Just tonight we had to fish a piece of grated cheese out of DS' nose. He thought he was so funny when he stuck it up there but he realised pretty quickly that it wasn't pleasant having it stuck in there. He's too little to explain to blow his nose so it was a mission getting it out. I thought we were going to have to go to the hospital.
DS was lying on our bed holding a dollar coin above his head inspecting it and dropped it, yep in his mouth and swallowed it! Trip to emergency for that one but it had passed down enough to go through, we never fished it out.
This thread is hilarious! And horrifying! Ah, the things I have to look forward to...
Dd1 put a bead that was meant to go in barbie hair up her nose. It was to far up for the Dr to get so we were sent to the er. They said it had gone to far and she needed surgery. While we were waiting a young intern got I idea of getting this long needle with a balloon on the end and put it through the hole and blow the ballon up and pull it out. This was almost 20 years ago she never did it again, she was to frightened of that needle. It was 35 cm long.
My nephew once circumcised himself by putting his penis in a Thomas the tank bubble bath bottle.
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