Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Logan scared me to death tonight. We had finished dinner and were hanging out in the living room. Logan was back in his room doing something when we heard a huge crash. I thought it was his book shelf cause it had fallen earlier this week from him bumping his head on it. I didn't think anything serious and I walked back there till I heard him crying and then I ran. He had climbed on his dresser I guess and it had fallen on him! I quickly pulled it off him and check for any major damage. Luckily he was just fine, just a little shaken up. He wanted the baseball that was ontop of the dresser. The good news is that we were able to clean out the dresser. Found some old pacifiers in there and Logan had a good time acting like a baby.

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6 comments:

Snedakers said...

That's scary! A thud following crying is never fun. Glad he's ok. Love the pacifier in Logan's mouth...

kelly said...

I'm sure glad he's ok. Some people actually bolt their dressers to the wall to keep that from happening. Hopefully he'll remember and not do it again. The "Binky Fairy" needs to come and visit you!

Amie said...

Yikes, poor little guy! I bet he was terrified! My two older ones did that when they were around 3, scared the crap out of me. Fortunately, both times it fell, it fell onto a bed, or else it could have been a lot worse. Still scary though!

Cassie said...

Yikes! That's really scary! He still looks super cute all shaken up and everything!

P.S. Just a random question...do you have any in-laws that live in Sandy?

Cassie said...

Yeah we have some Bluths in our ward and I figured it wasn't a very common last name. I was just wondering!

The Fantasias said...

HEY! So the same EXACT thing happened to us. Dean tried to climb his dresser when he was about 11 months old and it fell on top of him. As I peeled it off, I thought for sure that he had a broken leg or something - but no serious damage besides the bump it left on his little head. It scared us too so we put his dresser in his closet and mounted all our other shelving units to the walls. Glad he is OK (and so cute).