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Old 04-05-2012, 01:51 AM
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Kids can seem so smart for parents and will give them some independence to further development. Problem arises when they let their guards down while the kid attempts a high-risk task on their own

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tragic but not real clever mum.

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Old 04-05-2012, 05:50 PM
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There was a toddler who had their arm ripped off by a washing machine, is that what you are thinking of?
It could have been, I don't remember the details well (so many kids in washing machines).

I'm still wondering how the shit happened.

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Old 04-05-2012, 11:51 PM
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I think there is a law here in oz making it illegal to sell a washing machine that fills or operates when the lid is open, all of the machines i have seen have this feature.
its the same here blew for this very reason
its why you don't see very many american washers on the market here
they have to be modified before they can be sold here

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'She was 30 feet away in the living room, reading a magazine,' he said. 'It wasn't like the mother had this kid unattended at the time.'<--------- Can anyone tell me how in the fuck this could possibly be a valid statement? Last time I checked, being 30 feet from a toddler and reading a magazine without any knowledge of your baby's whereabouts is "leaving your kid unattended"

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I think there is a law here in oz making it illegal to sell a washing machine that fills or operates when the lid is open, all of the machines i have seen have this feature.
Same in U.K, also people were claiming flood insurance when it was because they didn't close the doors. So even if you did have an old type that pre filled, it would just cost you a lot more money.

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I would never ever go and read a magazine knowing my 21 month old was standing on top of my washing machine.


Where the hell did she think the kid was once she had finished loading and starting the machine???? When my daughter was 21 months I knew where she was every second of every day, when I was in the house alone with her.

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'Every night when I go to sleep, I start feeling sick,' Mr Hebb told the Deseret News.
'Every time I wake up, I think this is a nightmare and then realise it's real. You hear a baby crying in the night from a neighbour's house. You wake up, hoping it's your little boy, and then realise he's not there.'
I know this feeling so well. And even years later when you think you have put it to rest it comes back with a vengence. Mine was a bit different. I would go to sleep thinking about it and then during my dreams everything gets worked out and my child is alive and well and we are going for a walk or I am combing her hair or making her food and then I would wake up and the reality would come rushing back in. Sometimes, just getting drunk is worth the hangover.

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You lost a child, John?
I have, too.

very sorry you went though that.

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You lost a child, John?
I have, too.

very sorry you went though that.
Ya me too... She was a cutey. Very smart in her own way. She was into mimicking when she was just a toddler. She would mimick that little robot girl she saw on the TV. My grandmother asked her to not do it since it was so creepy. She liked to mimick her little brother crying. I ran into his room about three times in one hour and found him fast asleep in the crib. Finally caught the little rascal hiding across the hall and making pitch perfect imitation crying. She would wash the dishes with her feet while rinsing and drying them with her hands at the same time. Would throw a pouting fit if she wasn't allowed to mop the kitchen floor and vacumn all over the house. Then demanded windex and towels to clean the house windows. Breast fed her two cabbage patch dolls and then would toss them in front of the tv.
Well, you can't have them back but the memories are still good.

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