Yeah...it won't. I thought the Bumbo one was dumb too. THAT IS USER ERROR, not the product's fault. Unless a product is MALFUNCTIONING (like the ones that had dangerous electrical shorts, or parts that were breaking under normal conditions) I think most recalls are kind of ridiculous. Why don't you just get your kid a giant hamster bubble to live in?
Our highchair was recalled because there are little screws on the legs (covered with a plastic cap) and kids had hit their face on them or something. Well, good grief. They were just little plastic numbs at this point with the caps so they sent us these big bulky plastic domes to cover them with. I think they'd hurt more!
Tomorrow starts more Christmas fun for us. It'll be non-stop from then until Tuesday evening. I'll be on here some today and tomorrow while I'm at work, but just in case I miss you: I wish you all a very Merry Christmas! I can't wait to see what our LO's get from Santa.
Hello ladies!! Sorry I've been MIA for the last couple of weeks. My grandfather passed away last Tuesday, so I was away from everything except family for a while. Back to work now and it took me a couple of days to catch up from being gone.
Wendy, I'm sorry to hear about your grandmother, I'll be praying for her. Good luck getting a BFP this month.
Elin, glad to see you back on here. I was wondering about you the other day.
Let's get rid of those sick bugs. It sounds like you all have had it rough.
I think we are ready for Christmas here. I bought my Grandma's gifts for her so she didn't have to get out. I got it finished today. Glad mine was already done, that made it easier. DH has Evan's kitchen together in the shop ready to be put out from Santa. I'm excited to see how he is going to react!
Random question: anyone else have a child who is terrified of fuzz/dust? I had to deal with a screaming fit in the car the other day because Rowan took her sock off and there was fuzz on her foot and she needed me to "pick it off mama! now! pick it off!" which I couldn't do while driving. She screamed the rest of the way home and kept her foot as far from the rest of her body as possible. On a different occasion earlier this week, she refused to enter her poop corner because she wanted me to "smash a cricket" that she saw there. The cricket was just a dust bunny, and even after I moved it, she wouldn't go back in the corner by herself and was hysterical - her need to poop in private conflicted with her need for protection from all the terrible dust. She ended up pooping in her quiet corner instead, and she was not happy about it.
I just found out I'm hosting christmas dinner for the in-laws. Now I need to figure out what to make. I think we're going to tell them about my pregnancy over dinner, even though its a little early to share that information. I need to come up with a food that implies pregnancy so I can tell them the meal is symbolic and see if they can guess. Maybe I'll put a tiny cornish game hen inside a turkey.