Father Rolls Over, Kills Sleeping Baby

Written by dad - 2 Comments

Here’s an extremely sad story… A three week old baby in Deland, Florida recently died in his parents’ bed when his father rolled over on him. Apparently Mom and Dad went to sleep around 12:30 AM and awoke at 5:00 AM to find that their baby wasn’t breathing. Dad then performed CPR until the paramedics arrived and took over. Unfortunately, the baby was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. Wow. I can’t even begin to imagine what they’re going through right now. While we’ve let our babies sleep in bed with us at times, this kind of makes me question the whole ‘sleep-sharing’ thing.

[Source: News4Jax.com]

Published on January 11th, 2006 - 2 Comments
Filed under: Child Safety
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  1. Yep. Though our kids sleep with us off and on now… I was not too happy about it until they were 6 months old. Unless it was just me or just dad.

    Comment by vw bug — Jan 11th 2006 @ 11:47 am
  2. A very sad story. Something that they probably would have never considered beforehand…

    Comment by real people, real finances — Jan 26th 2006 @ 2:40 am

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