False Security

I thought there were a few places Sammy was safe from the mischievousness of her brother. Today, for example, I thought it was fine to leave her in her carseat on the floor while I ran to the bathroom before we left. I mean come on, worst case scenario he would bonk her on the head with a car. Not optimal, but survivable. Within a few seconds of leaving the room I suddenly heard muffled baby cries. What??? I ran back in to find Harmon had tipped the entire carseat over and Sammy was face down. Luckily Harmon had the foresight to do it on a blanket so her face didn’t smash into the floor. Thanks Harmon, how thoughtful you are.

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4 Responses to False Security

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Oh, my. Aren't kids delightful?

  2. aarone says:

    What proof do you have that Harmon did it?

    Other than that he's almost done it several times before. Leave the roll bar up!

  3. Quinae says:

    Wow, does that bring back memories. I use to put Xander in the baby swing and the baby swing in the portacrib. I had to put Xander up high in his carseat where Soren couldn't climb up to for any potty breaks for me. Ah the joys of close aged crazy kids.

  4. Natalie says:

    I think Harmon is always looking for ways to surprise you…haha. I wonder what goes through his little head?

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