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kjuryfl:I am trained in adult and infant CPR. I don't think it will jinx anything...
S-Tuna:Infant CPR was a requirement of both parents before we could bring LO home from the NICU.
Yup!! Us too. We were tested before discharge and sent home with a DVD and an infant CPR dummy for practice.
Crash Into Me:I'd rather know infant CPR and risk "jinxing" things than not know it and need it.Are you really real?
I'd rather know infant CPR and risk "jinxing" things than not know it and need it.
Are you really real?
Jelliebean1982:I do not understand that logic. Better not get my kids health insurance! It will jinx them into getting sick or hurt.
Your so into the insults even your pets aren't safe. If your miserable which I know you are Vent somewhere else. Typical self centered individual stating 14 years of cpr I'm glad you learned it 14 years ago and shared that part of it. Unlike your helpless dog I wouldn't be caught dead in the same room as you. So unfortunate I'm stuck with narcissistic individuals like you from cyber hell. Keep reading my posts I'm glad you can't get enough of me. Can't wait for the crappy comeback...
Look...we question you because some of the things you say don't make any sense.
Stop and think about what you just said. We are reading this post as "I don't want to learn CPR which could one day save my child's life because it might make something bad happen."
Now-- does that sound ridiculous? Yeah...that is why we are questioning you.
Get trained! You need to know what to do. I actually used my training last Christmas when a baby stopped breathing when we were at IHOP.
I took my first training before I started babysitting as a youngster and have kept it up ever since.
Just think, the more people that are trained, the better for all of us.
eesome:Look...we question you because some of the things you say don't make any sense.Stop and think about what you just said. We are reading this post as "I don't want to learn CPR which could one day save my child's life because it might make something bad happen."Now-- does that sound ridiculous? Yeah...that is why we are questioning you.
Seriously. This question doesn't even seem worth posting. I opened this thread the first time, wondered WTH kind of reaction you were after, and closed it again.
If you are being serious, then I'm concerned that you need Internet strangers to guide this type of decision.