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The crib

Went to the parents’ to drop off pugui so we could go camping with our cousins. She talked for a while about a free crib she got and had set up for one of the babies. Apparently no screws came with the crib which is not surprising for a free crib, so despite my dad’s complaining and pessimism, she spent some time and got it to work. Or so she said. When I walked into the room I saw this:





I had visions of the makeshift bed falling on top of Brooke or Rhys. She insisted that it was perfectly safe to sleep in and to prove it, shook the crib back and forth. The crib swayed back and forth with every move.

Needless to say, I texted Emy right away and told her to bring a pack and play.


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