So many what it's? The fact is, a baby has died, in a horrible accident. The baby did what babies do, wonder off with no sense of fear, the dog did what dogs do, attack when provoked or nervous, or even for no reason at all. I'm sure the parents and all adults involved are full of guilt. No need to rub it in. That shows no respect for the little baby boy, or the other grieving innocent siblings. I myself, am an over protective "helicopter mom", but when the older cousins are around for family events, I do let my smaller kids play outside with them, granted, the yards are fenced in, but even still, I've always assumed they will be ok. My eyes are now opened to een more possible tragedies. Accidents can happen in a split second, unpredictable ones, and who's to say anyone could have prevented this? We can wonder, assume, be angry, and place blame, but that won't bring him back, and being disrespectful to the family does not make you a better mom OR dad. It makes you someone who kicks someone when they are down, and that is pathetic. Prayers for the family.