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To think it's odd that my mother didn't notice my son's injury?

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tangerinefeathers Sun 10-Nov-13 04:27:13

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Noctilucent Sun 10-Nov-13 04:47:03

It is odd.

lunar1 Sun 10-Nov-13 04:53:35

Really odd, he would have probably had lots of bleeding from his him when it happened.

saladcreamwitheverything Sun 10-Nov-13 04:54:26

Depends. It depends a bit on the back story a bit I think x

tangerinefeathers Sun 10-Nov-13 04:57:59

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tangerinefeathers Sun 10-Nov-13 04:59:05

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Bearandcub Sun 10-Nov-13 05:01:06

If there wasn't any blood, then she might not have noticed. He could have swallowed the tooth too. Possible.

saladcreamwitheverything Sun 10-Nov-13 05:02:40

I may have got the wrong end of the stick c

saladcreamwitheverything Sun 10-Nov-13 05:06:21

Steps away from the argument

CuntWagon Sun 10-Nov-13 05:08:09

Well it took you a bit of time to notice too, despite checking as you say in your op.

saladcreamwitheverything Sun 10-Nov-13 05:11:06

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Tangerinefeathers x

saladcreamwitheverything Sun 10-Nov-13 05:19:26

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saladcreamwitheverything Sun 10-Nov-13 05:31:23

I hope you aren't F4J . If you are you've shat on you're strawberries very loudly!!!!!!!

saladcreamwitheverything Sun 10-Nov-13 05:32:05

* your x

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tangerinefeathers Sun 10-Nov-13 06:12:07

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You didn't notice at first either....

bragmatic Sun 10-Nov-13 06:22:46

My son, when he was about 1 knocked his tooth exactly as you describe. Diagnally on the front tooth. I only noticed when I was feeding him his dinner. To this day, I have no idea how or when he did it.

tracypenisbeaker Sun 10-Nov-13 06:23:01

what are you on about saladcream? Are you perhaps commenting on the wrong thread?

bragmatic Sun 10-Nov-13 06:23:04

diagonally

3bunnies Sun 10-Nov-13 06:28:01

You didn't notice at first, she was just trying to get him back to you, into your house where he would be safer once an initial look over when she picked him up. I often have done this on the way to school. Whether you trust your mother to look after your ds is another matter and the pool would worry me - is it even gated and locked? I wouldn't pass judgement based on this event alone. Dd2's teachers hadn't even noticed that she had been sitting in class with a 2cm cut on her cheek all afternoon - I'll still send her in on Mon cos I generally trust them but if this was symptomatic of wider neglect it might be a different matter.

tangerinefeathers Sun 10-Nov-13 06:29:21

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Vivacia Sun 10-Nov-13 06:39:53

There's nothing irrational about being hyper-aware and cautious with a newborn! As a one-off, which you suggest this isn't, I wouldn't be worried about this.

I've reported salad cream too, it was the talk of PMs and journalists that did it for me.

tangerinefeathers Sun 10-Nov-13 06:44:10

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