No, she did not do this everyday. I know the person, and know that she did not. Does knowing that however create my sympathies for her? No. What a day and age we are in now, where you will remember your cell phone everyday, remember to make that meeting at 9:30AM, but forget where your child is.<quoted text>
ahumduallah kafeer observer..for once we agree on something... i hope she don't get away with this. she was probably too cheap to pay for daycare..she probably did this alot but now it's hot and she didn't think of that.)can i help you steam roller these people too?) R.I.P. to the baby.
This is along the same lines as, "I can't beleive he drowned. He was just out of my sight for a minute..."
How can you let a child playing near a pool out of your site, or forget to drop him off at daycare? It is un-thinkable. I am a parent of two boys, and I have never "forgot" them somewhere, or let them play outside un-supervised. It's a matter of taking time from your day to do it, and to make sure you remember the important things, even if you let others slide(Sh*t, forgot my phone, but let me drop him off first and then I'll get it.)
To make excuses for people like this is a terrible thing to do...