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I wrote this blog post yesterday and I thought it was important enough to share via other avenues. I'm not quite sure what to do about it though... if I link it, will you look at it? :D IF I copy and paste it, it won't have the "extras" in it.

So I guess I'll tell you about it, if it strikes your interest, please go visit the whole post at my Blog

I blogged about how as a mom, my confidence in my ability to assess my boys' owies was shaken when I read a story about a little girl, who had to have emergency surgery 2 days after a knot on her head. She exhibited no signs or symptoms that anything was wrong for 2 whole days after the injury. The little girl survived thanks to her parents taking her in just in time.

I now worry that everything I thought I knew about what to look for has been turned upside down.

Whole post is here including symptoms to watch for from a doctor.

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