jeez, dd that is chilling...thinking what it'd be like if the temp was hot.
I had a gf that was getting out of her car to walk 50 feet to a mailbox, she on purpose locked the door and closed it so her 18 month old couldn't get out while she mailed a letter. When she came back she discovered the keys were locked in.
She was trying to get her son to unlock the door, but he thouht it was a big game, until it started getting hot. Then, he was crying and there was no way to work with him.
The police came in just a few minutes....here's the weird part...they couldn't immediately unlock the door and said something like..."well, we'll have to have someone come over with the other do-hicky to work on this, that'll take about 1/2 an hour.
Now it's getting hotter and the kids really crying...my gf said "NO! bust the window!" Just then, the lock thing worked, so all's well that ends well.
That kind of stuff, although unfortunate, is just being human....It's the people who leave the kids in there on purpose...
Unrelated, but in the same "Who gives a sh!t" vein.
I was sitting at an airport and this little baby in the stroller was playing with something his mother had given him to keep him busy...Cutex used to make nail polish long ago, and here's the shape of the bottle....
Now, it's that just the perfect size for a baby to slip down his throat, small end first, while being at the same time difficult for an adult to grip to pull out?
Like I said, sometimes screw what you sound like, this kids gonna be in trouble...when I said something, the mother looked at me like I was crazy, and said "he's not going to swallow that"
Fortunatley, the baby dropped it soon after, but god...what a terrible mother!