Back when we lived in an apartment complex, my DD visited her little friend who lived in an apartment one level up from ours. Small problem: She forgot to tell her mommy. In the meanwhile, company arrived to visit us; I start looking for my little Amy but she was not at home. We then had about 10 people combing the woods around the apartments, looking for Amy. Just as I was about to call police, we disbursed a "posse" to knock on doors and inquisition everyone. At last I found her; the mom of her friend was sorely embarrased because Amy had told her it was okay with me for her to be t here ... wrong-ola!
Answer by BradenIsMySon at 9:25 PM on Jul. 22, 2010
Misplaced your child, I like that wording. I was a single mom and I was took a 3 min. shower and came out and couldn't find my 2 year old. I finally hear him on top of the fridge! He pushed a chair next to the counter, climbed up, climbed the microwave, and got on the fridge. He was proud of himself. I was terrified. That child ended up having several broken bones and a lot of stitches but he survived and is now 22.
Answer by Gailll at 9:18 PM on Jul. 22, 2010
Answer by LuvmyFam6 at 9:18 PM on Jul. 22, 2010
Yes, this happened 10 years ago. We were at a parade with a large group of family and friends. My son was around 3. I thought his dad had him and he thought I did. When we realized no one did. Panic struck. He turned up sitting with a family about 20 feet away. It took less then 2 minutes it to find him, but it was the longest and scariest moment of my life.
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