I just read a disturbing news article about a two-year-old child fallen from an indoor rock climbing wall. She severely fractured her leg after falling several feet to the floor.
The reason why I put this story under “Parenting Fail” section is that her mom was watching her daughter and filming her as she was climbing the wall. She said Emma, her daughter, was within her reach.
After her daughter fell to the floor, mom goes to a trial lawyer and sues the owner of Jelly Beans.
The mother claims she did not notice any warning signs around the equipment.
Now, I have a two-year-old daughter and I often go to playgrounds and moon bounces. When she wants to climb something that is several feet tall, I grab her tightly and let her climb the object with my aid.
Isn’t this common sense..?? mom??
You don’t let a two-year-old climb a climb rock alone. Your child is “guaranteed” to fall from it.
And.. you know what? I’m sure she will win the law suit and probably get rich off of it.
What do you think about the story?