Motherhood
  • J
  • 12 months ago

I accidentally dropped my baby!!!

Ohhh noooo, I dropped my baby off the couch. I had sat him propped up by a pillow for just a second and turned my head just to get his pacifier and with a blink of an eye he was rolling off the couch. I feel sooo horrible like the worst mom ever because he hit his head on the floor and hate to hear my baby cry makes my heart sad. Any advice on what to do!?!?!? He seems okay no bumps, or bruises. He has calmed down, ate, and took a nap as usual. Of course I monitored his sleep and he was alright.
  • B
  • 12 months ago

Its ok my middle child fell off the kitchen table when she was 6 months out of her bouncy chair it happens

  • M
  • 12 months ago

I’ve been there too! At a month old rolled off the couch, at 8 months rolled out of the bed and now he’s 3 does back flips off everything 🙄😂

  • S
  • 12 months ago

Yep been there! 4 months fell off the sofa, 5 months off the bed and 6 months face plant off the bed (because I didn't learn the first time 🤦🏼‍♀️) I felt awful!!! The last one he had a massive bruise the size of the earth on his head that could be seen from space!!! Or so I thought lol he's 11 months now. Trying to walk and stand so falling over loads bashing his head, bum, arms you name it...and still I'm panicking but less so....I check on him all the time if he's had a fall but they are stronger than they look. And your not alone. I've been told there are going to many many more lol might invest in stocks of cotton wool 🤣

  • K
  • 12 months ago

I never dropped my daughter but at 3 months I had her on the couch next to me and my dog jumped on the couch on top of her. Scared me so bad. Hes like 55 lbs. Babies are resilient. Never feel bad for going to the doctor if it makes you feel better, but I believe your baby will be fine :)

  • A
  • 12 months ago

My daughter has rolled off the bed many times since she was a baby. She knew how to roll very young and she’s such a lovely toddler now! Don’t worry! It happens to the best of us and I know how much we would love to avoid them getting hurt, but it’s like a rite of passage for our kids to drive us up the wall!

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