Yes I am the same person. This post I wrote on behalf of my friend. She had come with me to my house and I just logged in to share this to hear what you all have to say. Just to make her feel better. And yes I do have some anxiety now and then and worry about my DD. Thats why I come to this forum to make myself feel better. I just need to hear it from someone who may have gone through the same thing. Thats all. SorryView Thread
like you mean she could have gone out of the room and got lost? U see, I dont remember very well. I think she was in the room while we were busy and she usually doesnt do such kind of things ( like run away without telling me but u never know )...and the door was half open..KWIM?View Thread
Thanks all. I have been just paranoid abt these things right from when she was like 2 when she had taken a cup or a bottle ( dont rememeber now ) out of a small waste basket at the library and put to her mouth. So I constantly assess the potential dangers everywhere I go even now and dont enjoy the moment with my daughter who is now 4. She has been going to preschool 2 times a week for half days for abt 9 mnths now. So I am sure they teach these stuff in school too right? I am an OCD mom I guess with germophobia!View Thread
Thanks neeru....I am worried about germs....that she might catch anything....and I excessively worry over such stuff. And I also feel guilty that I should have been keeping an eye on her. I have told her before that she should not drink fome someone else's cup but what is the best way to explain this to a child.View Thread
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