left her outside alone, she wandered off, i freaked out, yelling for her, and after a couple of minutes, she heard me and started to cry.
MIL told me freaking out was wrong. Um.... ok... really? She said I scared her, and I should remain calm (when my child is missing and no one can tell me for how long and I was upstairs nursing).
Seriously? What do you think?
Oh, and then I heard FIL asking if I grew up in a bad neighborhood...um, last time I checked, cars drive through the good neighborhoods, too!
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Answer by kksmomma1019 at 1:37 PM on Aug. 21, 2010
I would have panicked too. I don't blame you at all. Your in-laws were probably used to different times when kids were safer, but still leaving a child that young alone is completely irresponsible. I would worry about leaving my kids there for them to watch if it were me.
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