I just thought that I would make those who are not aware, like myself, of this topic. Yesterday, while playing outside, I playfully swung my 17 month old around by his hands. About five minutes later, he began whimpering and hanging both arms down by his side and squating down. I soon realized that there was something wrong. I had pulled his poor little elbow out of socket, known as nursmaids elbow. Talk about guilt. It is something that I have done hundreds of times with both of my children and they always beg for me to do it again. This time, however, it didnt go so well. I cant even explain the overwhelming guilt I felt taking my sweet baby into the ER because of something that I had done. Not to mention the screams while the doc snapped it back into place. I think I shed more tears than he did actually. So, needless to say, we wont be playing that game anymore!
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