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Oh my goodness, that is SO scary! Kids always make me nervous around water. Thank god you knew that drowning is silent and that the victim cannot cry or scream for help. I'm so glad he is okay and back to his normal self.
OMG. Poor little guy! It's amazing how little water or time it takes. It's good that you were keenly aware of what was going on and got to him in time. I just can't imagine! Our LO's are so oblivious to the harms that could come to them from simple exploring, we have to be on top of them all the time. It's exhausting but so so worth it.
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I am SO sorry that you had to go through that!
How is the LO doing now? Any fear of water or extra clingy? My DD had an accident similar to that in the bathtub early around 2 1/2 and it took a few weeks to get back to normal bathtimes without screaming and fear
I sure hope your nerves can calm down soon, I can only imagine all the thoughts that were/are racing through your head! Good job on being there and educated about the situation, not many people would have known about the silence involved in actually drowning!!