My son tripped over an electrical cord and fell and hit his mouth on the wooden part of his bed. It was about nap time when it happened so he was already tired and crabby. I cleaned up the blood, but now he is crying hysterically and won't let me touch him, comfort him, nothing. He is in his bed now so I guess its just one of those situations where I have to wait until he gets so exhausted he passes out. I was wondering if someone could say something to distract me so I won't think about his crying? It hurts me so bad to see him all out of sorts and he won't let me pick him up.
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