Nobody Warned Me…

March 28, 2007 @ 9:38 am | Filed under:

…that the thing about having another baby when you have a hard-of-hearing toddler is that at least once a month you will catch yourself trying to put the toddler’s hearing aids into the baby’s ear.

Whoops.

(Amy, consider yourself warned!)


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Comments

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  1. Amy says:

    LOL! Maybe that is one consolation of having a late diagnosed child, I don’t think I’ve done that yet! 🙂 (I’m sure it helps that my dd rarely wants to wear her aid these days, although it drives me nuts…)

  2. Alice says:

    As someone who has been known to absent mindedly attempt to diaper an already potty trained child, I understand how this could happen!

  3. monicaklepac says:

    i once wiped the nose of my child with a cold and then got another tissue and wiped the nose of my perfectly healthy child without blinking an eye until i was done. ha ha. good thing im not a doctor, everyone would be getting shots, parents, kids, janitors.

  4. Maureen says:

    Are we driven to distraction?? I once tried to put a pacifier into dh’s mouth. Ooops.

  5. Deb says:

    Dear Melissa,

    Be aware that someday you may look around frantically for the baby….ask the other children where said baby is????……then, look down, and realize that you’re nursing the sweet babe!

    Tired momma w/7 children, 2 of which I looked for in this way,
    Deb