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Zachary got into a computer video fan thing that had a little syringe of thermal paste in it. It's this silver greasy stuff. I wasn't sure what was in it so I ended up having to call poison control. Turns out there's nothing too dangerous. It was frustrating because the packaging had nothing on it regarding an ingestion warning and when I googled it I couldn't find any definitive info, so that's why I called poison control. So just when you think you have everything child proofed, think again...what a mess!
Glad its ok. I've had to call them quite a bit when Seamus was little (ate desitin, ate rubbing alcohol, at a cigeratte, he got into something else too.) and on my nephew cause my brother fell asleep instead of watching him when I was gone, he painted half his body in black nail polish and his mouth and tongue.
My aunt had to call poison control for me when I was in High school. We were in band practicing for out precussion special. We played on buckets and pipe and cans. Well the buckets were old buckets that were donated by the pool. They were clorine buckets and they hadn't washed them out. Well we busted on and a big chunk of powdered chlorine came up and smacked me right below the eye. They took me to the science lab and washed my face and eye with the eye wash station they have but when I got home my aunt saw the big red burn on my face and called to make sure that they didn't need to do anything else.
Me: B 28
DF: S 29
DD: A 6 Autism, Global Developmental Delays