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OMG is it me or do these scary things happen to other parents?

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I am a mother of three and yet i am in more of a panic with the third than any of the others put together. My youngest is nearly 1 yrs old and the other day she seems as if she was choking, then today… Read More
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
I am a mother of three and yet i am in more of a panic with the third than any of the others put together. My youngest is nearly 1 yrs old and the other day she seems as if she was choking, then today i put her on the floor and daren't take my eyes of her as she is into everything. She was playing with something in her hand so i said what have you got and it was a Yew tree berry. I assume it was stuck to someones foot and was brought in.
Why do these things keep happening, im sure it wasn't this bad with the other two.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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These scary things doooo happen to most of us - I think it is just to make sure we have our whits still about us? Although after tonite I don't know if i will have ANY nerves left!

:-)

xxxx
#2
nerves, i have reached for the beer to calm myself down. I wasn't too worried at first and then the realisation hit me and now im a nervous reck
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I only have two, but I tended to find that I spent less time with the second than the first, this resulted in me 'letting slip' on a few parental responsiblilities that i should have perhaps done, but i didn't :whistling:

Moral: go easy on yourself....you are worrying because you are a great parent :thumbsup:
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Summer90;3339887
I only have two, but I tended to find that I spent less time with the second than the first, this resulted in me 'letting slip' on a few parental responsiblilities that i should have perhaps done, but i didn't :whistling:

Moral: go easy on yourself....you are worrying because you are a great parent :thumbsup:

HERE! HERE!

Well said!!

xxxxx
#5
to be honest i have had little sleep over the past few days which doesnt help and i just feel like crying. I am in the process of throwing everything out of that room now to be sorted but even then you cant guarantee their safety. I will just have to accept that i will only be able to do anything whilst she is asleep and the rest of the time watch her like a hawk and follow her every move. Thankyou for you replies
#6
Oooow Miffy come on hun, things WILL get better they really will.....

This time of the year doesn't help either I know it may sound like a cliche but it really does affect a lot of people you know.

Once there is a little bit more laughter in the hose, and you can try to pop a smile back on that little face, things WILL start to look up.....

You have been there and done it before and you KNOW you can do it again....

Here's a <<<<<>>>>>>

And here is a <<<<<<
>>>> just for you.

Keep thinking positive thoughts hun.

xxxxxx
#7
OOOH finally, someone else that agrees the 3rd has been hard work :roll: Everyone else I knew who had 3 said oh it's easy ny the time the 3rd comes along, but no, not mine lol

Mine could get those plastic safety plugs out as soon as he could crawl :x he figured out the slide lock on his cot at 10 months and could unlock it, he knew how to unclip the safety catch on car seats...my gawd, he was a nightmare :whistling:
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snowflake
OOOH finally, someone else that agrees the 3rd has been hard work :roll: Everyone else I knew who had 3 said oh it's easy ny the time the 3rd comes along, but no, not mine lol

Mine could get those plastic safety plugs out as soon as he could crawl :x he figured out the slide lock on his cot at 10 months and could unlock it, he knew how to unclip the safety catch on car seats...my gawd, he was a nightmare :whistling:


he should go into safe cracking lol
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snowflake
OOOH finally, someone else that agrees the 3rd has been hard work :roll: Everyone else I knew who had 3 said oh it's easy ny the time the 3rd comes along, but no, not mine lol

Mine could get those plastic safety plugs out as soon as he could crawl :x he figured out the slide lock on his cot at 10 months and could unlock it, he knew how to unclip the safety catch on car seats...my gawd, he was a nightmare :whistling:

That made me laugh. I have a friend who is having her third and says its no problem (after i told her how hard three was) so we will see how easy it is for her. I think the third has been by far the worse one and i am so much more in a apnic when she does anything. thanks for your posts, im glad its not just me. Although i have to say that if it was up to me ALLLLLLLL the yew trees in our gardent would GO but i think peak park would have an opinion and i think that if it isnt yew trees it will be something else
#10
well i have 3 aswell littel zac is 1 on dec 9th and has not slept a full night yet!!!!! up at least 2 times a night (if we are very lucky)...but my oldest who is now 14 chocked on a jelly bean when he was 2 yrs old.....never been so frantic in my life , braid his back turned him upside down (and braid him) would not come out , all the blood vessels in his face burst...rang ambulance took what seemed like 10 hrs to get here,,,(probs 5 mins max) and as they came rushing in the sweet disappered...lol they took him to hospital as a precausion? but was fine dont worry we all have those moments
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howey
well i have 3 aswell littel zac is 1 on dec 9th and has not slept a full night yet!!!!! up at least 2 times a night (if we are very lucky)...but my oldest who is now 14 chocked on a jelly bean when he was 2 yrs old.....never been so frantic in my life , braid his back turned him upside down (and braid him) would not come out , all the blood vessels in his face burst...rang ambulance took what seemed like 10 hrs to get here,,,(probs 5 mins max) and as they came rushing in the sweet disappered...lol they took him to hospital as a precausion? but was fine dont worry we all have those moments

i know, it just seems to be more and more just recently as if it is happening because i am so wooried that it is going to happen. Just when i think it is ok to let her have a bit of freedom, it all goes wrong

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