my baby fell down the stairs this morning. I saw the whole thing, it was horrifying.
I'm buying two more gates and a thing to go around our bannister thing today.
He's ok. I'm not sure who was crying harder, him or me.
something that pisses me off:
the people who say "oh, you have an issue with breastfeeding/birthing naturally b/c you have issues with the way you feed/gave birth to your child".
um, no, I have an issue with your self-righteous attitude and assumptions that everything else is wrong and opinion that those who chose those options are uneducated idiots. And your absolutly idiotic presentation of your opinion is what offends me. to each their own *****. just because it was the right choice for you, does not make it the right choice for me. and i"m not an idiot or uneducated because I made what was the right choice for me and my child. so piss off.
OMG, Lisa! That must've been so scary when he fell! How's he doing?
I agree about the self-righteous attitude! I hate that, whichever way it goes. That's my major beef with some people on my birth board right now. I wish we could all just live and let live! I'm sorry you feel like you don't belong on these boards anymore. If you want to talk, please PM me!
he's doing ok.
I feel like an awful mother. there is this thread on our board about the smart and sweet things your kid is doing and lukes not doing hardly any of those.
maybe I have the wrong approach? I mean he's only 17 months, I guess I like to Play with him when we get home, not go over letters and numbers and such.
I"m just in a bad place. I don't know
Lisa, you are a great mom! I can tell you that when I look at this journal, I see pictures of a very happy, well-adjusted, well-loved little toddler. And I think that is SO much more important than him having the ability to recite the alphabet or count! I know no adults who can't recite the alphabet or count, but I do know many adults who are incapable of forming loving attachments because of the way they were brought up. So I think that tells you which makes you a better mother!