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Safety First Recipe

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Elizabeth Newmeyer
Added: Sunday, October 18, 2009

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Whatever you do, bolt your child's dresser or other large furniture to the wall. One day, we asked Taya to go pick out her clothes to wear for the day. She'd done it a ton of times but this time I watched her walk away and then decided to follow her. I got there just in time to see the dresser tip and start to fall on her. Fortunately, I was able to catch the dresser but she still ended up on the floor with all the drawers on her. Scared but alive. It still freaks me out just thinking about what could have happened to her if I wasn't there to intervene. So please, bolt the dresser to the wall.

 

 

 

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