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02-02-2015 11:15 #11
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02-02-2015 11:19 #12Member
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I just asked if she thought she'd be okay. She said, yeah she sleeps really well in the morning. Then we left each other. What made it worse, was that she was clearly enjoying her childfree moment. I still feel a bit sick actually..
02-02-2015 11:22 #13
02-02-2015 11:26 #14Senior Member
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God no, that's illegal
What if bub asphyxiated? Or got wedged in the cot or tried / succeeded in climbing out of the cot,
Your friend is being very silly
02-02-2015 11:26 #15
Whoa id def not go out in the car and leave a sleeping baby at home.
I go as far as the letterbox and the clothesline & thats it
02-02-2015 11:26 #16
Omg! Never ever ever would I do that!
I don't even go outside or shower without the baby monitor. I'm appalled someone would do this - do they not have any common sense. Anything could happen!
02-02-2015 11:29 #17Senior Member
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No..NO to many what ifs!! What if you had a crash/something happened to you , poor bubba would be stranded in their cot helpless
02-02-2015 11:29 #18
Never would I do this. What if someone broke in? House caught on fire? The parent was involved in an accident at the shops? So many what ifs!!!!
02-02-2015 11:30 #19
Yeah, what if your friend had a car accident? Fell over at the shops, knocked herself unconscious.. House break in, fire? So many awful scenarios..
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02-02-2015 11:30 #20
it seems from the conversation, that this is not an unusual thing for this person to do. !!!! gosh I would think twice before I would leave any child at home alone, maybe 10 or over, but only one year old. oh my God, no . marie
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