It's like my son knew I made a doctors appointment for him so ever since then he's been a little dare devil. The same day I made the appointment he climbed up on a table and fell off, he's fallen off of a small exercise trampoline and scratched his back, fell down while he was just standing still and scratched himself on a laundry basket, dropped a can of oranges on his foot, missed sitting on his potty and fell on the lid that had a bunch of plastic pieces sticking out. I've been trying to keep him from getting all beat up so the doctor doesn't think I beat him or anything but it seems the more I try the more he wants to get into things and get hurt.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:14 AM on Jul. 1, 2009 in Toddlers (1-2)
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When my boys were little- in 20's now- we spent so much time in ER, they were diagnosed with ADHD. It got so bad one summer that ER nurses kept files out on desk cause the boys were there so much, and we did not even have to give history etc. when we went in, LOL. One time we ran into to one of the nurses at the park and I told her " see we do take them somewhere besides ER." Usually it is pretty obvious that the bruises are accidents and not abuse.
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