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K and N TTC since Nov 2012; 2 kids; Denver City, Texas 1890 posts
15th Jul '13

Sad :(

mom of three 3 kids; Missouri 6230 posts
15th Jul '13

:cry:
I always feel HORRIBLE when I hear stuff like this... I cant help but think of how painful it would be to die like that. The poor babies. This is exactly why I have a hard time allowing anyone to take my children anywhere. My mom took my 2 year old to the pool a couple of months ago and I called her like 8 times to make sure she didnt forget him in the car. It seems like it happens WAY to frequently.

user banned Due October 22 (boy); 17 kids; Dildo, 4998 posts
15th Jul '13

I still can't wrap my head around how you forget your kid is in the car...

Regina George ♡ 1 child; New York, New York 20756 posts
15th Jul '13

I will NEVER understand how people forget their kids in the car... like c'mon.



Very very sad.

user banned Japan 1310 posts
15th Jul '13

My dad is in the process of developing something that sounds an alarm if more than ten pounds is in the car set after the key is taken out of the ignition.



Put your purse/money/something you have to get out of the car next to your baby.



I honestly don't see how you can forget but it's tragic when it happens.

Sueanne Laura ❤ 2 kids; H, Pa, United States 2410 posts
15th Jul '13

I just want to know how do you forget your kid? I mean... I am constantly looking back at DS while I am driving and talking to him.. That poor little boy, breaks my heart.

PJ&C 2 kids; Arizona 18480 posts
15th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮HippyMama☮:</b>" I still can't wrap my head around how you forget your kid is in the car..."</blockquote>



This! i don't understand it.

Seneca Thurman 2 kids; Nashville, Tennessee 592 posts
15th Jul '13

oh god....I'm sorry but just how do you forget that your child is in the car and go to work all day? I think about my son 24/7 so I just don't understand how that can happen.

mom of three 3 kids; Missouri 6230 posts
15th Jul '13
Quoting Tegan;thee lovely lesbian:" My dad is in the process of developing something that sounds an alarm if more than ten pounds is in the ... [snip!] ... you have to get out of the car next to your baby. I honestly don't see how you can forget but it's tragic when it happens. "


there is already a carseat that does that, in the making. You can pre-order it.

Monsters² Mom 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Middle o' nowhere, __, Guam 5061 posts
15th Jul '13

I don't understand, no matter how hard I try, I honestly can NOT wrap my head around how you forget your fucking kid in the car!!!



That poor baby :(

♥ Mrs. S ♥ Due September 20; 2 kids; Venezuela 13654 posts
15th Jul '13
Quoting ☮HippyMama☮:" I still can't wrap my head around how you forget your kid is in the car..."


Me either. I don't get it. Even when we don't have our kids with us I still always check to make sure they aren't in the car. It's just a reflex.

SavageDarling 3 kids; Webster, Massachusetts 10381 posts
15th Jul '13

This is so sad and it breaks my heart.



To the people who are saying "how do you just forget your kids?" I'm not defending it and it doesn't make it less horrible but i watched an interview with a woman who lost her 1 yea old daughter by leaving her in the car all day and she said that normally her husband took her to day care on his way to work but he was running late so she had to. It wasn't her normal routine and her daughter had fallen asleep in the backseat so she wasn't making any noise and she just forgot that she had her with her because normally she wouldn't and would just head straight to work. She said she was in the car thinking about things she had to finish that day, picking up dry cleaning, groceries and dinner. She went straight to work and completely forgot and her poor baby died during the day, she discovered her when she went back out to the car at the end if the day. So sad but I can imagine an exhausted over worked mom just forgetting in an instance like that.

~Lady C~ Due December 5 (girl); Pennsylvania 230 posts
15th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮HippyMama☮:</b>" I still can't wrap my head around how you forget your kid is in the car..."</blockquote>



Same here! How can one possibly forget their child is in the car. First of all there's this biiiig car seat that I'm pretty sure you'd be able to see and second it's not like someone snuck around and hid your child some place in your vehicle. Just blows my mind!

.Christin. 1 child; Florida 1351 posts
15th Jul '13

That is truly devastating. I can't help but think of how that poor child was probably crying for hours in a hot car all alone. Makes me so sad. RIP little boy <3