This is what they've been doing to people the last few years. You have to have good arrangements made and with that kind of income, good lawyer on
As for the things they're coming down on people for they're outrageous. I used to lock up to have a bath with my middle child, because he would take
off. Sure enough recall being in the bath, with a knock on the door. He was about 3 there was chair where he'd moved it to unlock the deadbolt. So
I was in a towel with my son delivered to me by an elderly woman across the street. I was so grateful for her eagle eyes and quick intervention and
that he listened to her, instead of darting. I then went into not being able to catch a bath till late night. For me that was dangerous, no thyroid,
chronic fatigue and then I was only on synthroid which made me coma state and extreme exhaustion half the day, so I had to drink coffee all night long
to keep awake till the kids were asleep and fell asleep int the tub over and over.
And my youngest had no fear of heights, he always climbed. You couldn't let him go up the stairs for 2 minutes or he would run to windows. He kept
saying something odd, like everytime he saw a tall buiding he would say, and I fell, fell, fell or fall, fall, fall. I thought it was like some kind
of past life memory. I was at the dishes, he ran up the stairs, and I called for the teenager to nab him, no sound, so ran up the stairs and he was
straddling the window. We broke the townhouse rules and bolted the windows upstairs.
There is no one who could possibly be 100% aware of the kind of things kids can do. For example out of 5 boys, he was the only one who ever darted
towards windows nonstop. I was just happy wasn't in the washroom at the time.
And I jumped nonstop, round the clock, always imagining the worst things that could happen, but even I was surprised at a couple events. No one is
superman, psychic, with eyes behind their back. My parents and grandparents never jumped and deadbolted kids like I did, we got into all kind of
mischief. Climbed the garage roof rafters, and walked them like balancing beams. My mother was horrified when I told her a few years later all the
things we were into. Those were our preschool years.
edit on 21-11-2011 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)