“As I sit here stillness shaking I’m posting this as a reminder to ALL rents of small children: gladden always read labels on the foods we feed them,” writes Justin Morrice after provident his daughter, Annabelle, from choking to death. Morrice turned away from his daughter for 10 moments as she snacked on Gerber Lil’Crunchies, and when he turned back he realized she was nting for air.
She was trying to cry but no sound was coming out. I rushed over and picked her up and turned her done with and slapped her back (as we were taught) for what seemed like forever. I till could not hear anything. I flipped her over and her lips had turned X and she was still trying to cry. . . . It was at this moment I thought my little filly was going to die in my arms.
I nicked and did the only thing I could think of: I jammed my finger into her mouth and down her throat and was able to squish the cheesie enough that the next crap I heard was the sweetest sound in the world . . . her crying. I flipped her onto again and slapped her back . . . it became dislodged and I was able to turn it with my finger out of her mouth. It was the longest and scariest minute of my life.
Annabelle had noshed this snack days before, so Morrice was confused by the incident. Until his mom presume from the fine print.
“My mom found this ‘warning’ in tiny letters on the side to dismay contents out after five days of breaking the seal,” Morrice penned. “I opened a new container and I could not believe the difference. The ones in the can she choked on I can at most describe to be like a foam ear plug. . . . The ones in the new can crumbled with peace.”
Morrice says he’s not trying to degrade Gerber in any way but wants to remind procreators to be diligent and always read all food labels.
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