So, my mother watches my daughter for a few hours while I attend my (college) classes and she also sees her at other times in their home just for visits/fun (we live next door and my mom can't get enough of the little one, 18 months). Anyway, her house smells terribly of smoke and her person does too. She smokes inside, unventilated. Sometimes my SIL and sometimes my uncle come over and do the same. Also, lately we have been doing our laundry over there (broken) and sometimes the clean clothes get left there for a bit before we bring them over with all the rotating cylces and come home smelling of smoke. My mother NEVER smokes around my daughter but my daughter has toys/clothes/diapers/food/dishes inside her house for when she plays there. How worried should I be about the toxins in those items? What should I do? Quit school? Demand they stay outside the WHOLE time? Make them stay over here (much smaller)? And her body(hugs)?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:49 AM on Apr. 2, 2010 in Kids' Health
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