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    Baby Fell Off A Stroller
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    abbymyworld posted:
    OMG my 7 month old daughter fell off the stroller while i was taking her for a morning walk.She fell on her tummy , on the side of the road. I feel so bad and I just cant seem to forgive myself for what happened. I know I should have been more careful.Argghh I just hate myself right now. Please do give me advice!
     
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    mommyin2011 responded:
    don't worry!!! kids are going to fall! just make sure she is strapped in. i remember my first born, he was about 9-10 months. i didn't have him strapped in and he was sliding out the bottom of the stroller! i didn't even notice till i heard him whine!!

    don't be so hard on yourself!!!
    Proud mommy to DS (7/31/11) and DD (7/18/12)
     
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    abbymyworld replied to mommyin2011's response:
    thank you . I feel better now


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