And Now I Hate All Metal Bed Frames Forever

Well. We made it through one of the major parenting rites of passage: the emergency room.

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Let’s just say Maddux handled the whole thing better than we did. I could definitely learn a thing or two about keeping my cool from that kid.

He’s going to be absolutely fine, but it was better to be safe than sorry. He cut the inside of his mouth pretty badly, but luckily the bed frame missed his teeth. We’ve got medicine, a blanky, and ice pops on deck, so we’re good to go.

Comments

    • Presley says

      I probably looked like I was the one that needed treatment when we got to the hospital! I was a wreck. Gotta work on that.

  1. Jennifer says

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  2. says

    Oh no poor Maddux! We had our first ER trip when my daughter was 12 months. It was horrible… she tumbled down the stairs, landing on her head. Thank the lord babies are so tough! (I mean if someone threw me down the stairs, I would surely have broken something!) Nothing was wrong whatsoever, other than the fact that we felt like terrible parents. Don’t beat yourself up over it – booboos are part of life!
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    • Presley says

      The stairs are the scariest thing in the house. I can’t even deal with them. haha And so glad your daughter was okay!

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