That your baby/child has put in their mouth? (Or swallowed!) Today I noticed DD, 9 months, chewing away and a quick sweep of her mouth revealed a bindi (prickle type thingy) from the garden!
When DS was little he put a coke bottle lid in his mouth (I almost died seeing this!) and also a coin but luckily I was there to remove both.
Also, DD is now standing up against furniture and grabbing things, so I'm at the stage where I'm very cautious of little things being left around within her reach as she is into everythig, but with DS I wasn't as paranoid as he simply had no interest in touching/grabbing things he shouldn't; DD pulls off table cloths and touches everything, DS never did. Is you baby into everything or not so bad?
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01-05-2013 16:59 #1
What's the weirdest thing....
01-05-2013 17:06 #2
DD putting a Pepsi lid in her mouth when she was 10-11 months. I have no idea where she got it from and I was mortified. Thankfully she doesn't put things in her mouth and that was the only instance.
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01-05-2013 17:12 #5
Poo and dog kibble.
The kibble wasn't that long ago, and they've just turned 4... Lol.
Oh just remembered B put one of those round plastic balls that come apart (you know the ones you get out of those silly machines you put 20c in and you get a toy?) in her mouth and it got stuck. They both came out screaming and I had to yell out to DF to pull it out.
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01-05-2013 17:20 #9
DD2 has always licked everything she could reach ... lovely when you are outside the home
DS used to eat Smackos ... but he was good sharer, one bite for him and one for the dog
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01-05-2013 17:22 #10
I can't really think of anything...DH patrols that kind of thing very closely.
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