These are so ugly, but could it help?
It was bound to happen at some point, and I have to say, I'm a bit relieved the waiting is over.
Taylor fell out of her new big girl, twin sized bed.
I think she was already awake and just trying to get down, got tangled up in her blankets/sheets, and fell the two feet or whatever to the floor.
I heard the thud and the crying start. I ran in to save the day (dadadaDUH - Super MOM!), gave her a quick hug and one of my healing kisses (That's right. One of my super powers is the power to heal others with my kisses! That's why chris rarely gets sick :P ) With that, the crying was over. She was cool. She asked for her Monkey and her Bunny (will she ever name them something else?) and the event was over!
So here's my question... It will probably happen again - her falling out of bed. Is it one of those rights of passage in childhood, like the chicken pox and skinned knees... or should I try to keep it from happening? Do we rail or not?
Would something like this make a difference?Keep in mind when answering this question... she was not asleep when she fell out of bed. Atleast, I don't think she was.