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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

locked up

"Hon, she's ready for the Lord's prayer", my husband told me last night. So after I nursed my son, I put him in our master's bedroom thinking that hubby was in the bathroom. I went to my daughter's bedroom and led her the prayer. When we got done, I checked on my son and the door was locked. He managed to push the door lock but he can't twist it. So I called my husband thinking that he was there with our son. But hubby wasn't there, he was in the living room. So I told him what EJ did and we tried his keys but it did not worked. Holy crap, my key to the our master's bedroom was in my purse inside the room. We tried and tried to open it with hubby's keys but nothing happened. So hubby went outside and checked if he could get in the bathroom's window but it was locked. He called the security so we could get the key from the housing. Our son was already freaking out because he realized that he's stuck in there. I felt horrible because I can't do anything to calm him down. I was sticking my fingers at the bottom of the door to let him know I was there, but he kept on crying. Finally hubby, checked on the window in our bedroom and he found out that it wasn't lock so he popped out the screen and luckily opened it. That's when the securities arrived too. I felt relief and so happy that hugged my son so tight and kissed him. Now we learned our lesson, never to leave him alone in the room, we also put the bedroom key outside where we could easily get it just in case the same thing happen again.. Thanks God! Here's EJ's messy face, sooooo ornery!

16 comments:

  1. Holy Macaroni...that happened kay Akesha too...she locked herself in the bathroom...I was terrified because I don't know what to do...I can't call my hubby because I left my phone in the bathroom...thanks goodness she twisted the knob and opened the door....did you try to tell EJ to twist the knob? kawawa naman ulitawo mo...thanks God...daddy to the rescue....heehhe...:) kakatakot non...:)

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  2. hehehe nailing ko mga itsura nindo lalo na si johnny nag iriwal so kiray?
    baka magka pobia an si pogi sa room..hope dai man ...

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  3. ow nice to know your little boy was not harmed at all.. he was just scared at the thought of being locked up and wasnt able to see mommy's angelic face..

    lesson learned. and i know you wont let it happen again, kaw pa!!

    kisses to the beautiful kids rose. mwah mwah

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  4. This is a good way to check the security of your house as well. Every cloud has a sliver lining!

    That aside I thiknk most people have been through a locked in or locked out scenario and have learnt from it.

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  5. that was scary! but good thing he was out from danger. at ang guapo pa rin nya after the incident ha? :)

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  6. So cute, so beautiful and lovable. Many kisses to them from your friend in Cyprus!

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  7. Yeah I tried telling himwhat to do but he isn't tall enough to twist the door knob that's why he couldn't do it. I was really terrified sis, naku talaga!

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  8. OO nga mads, aditon kami ta sige palagabog ni ej kan closet dorr, abo mina maipit so kamot.... maray na sana ta pirming nakahiling an Diyos sato..

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  9. Hi Niko, oo nga, yun lang kinakatakot namin that he would pinch himself from banging the closet door.. Thank God, he was fine! God is great!

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  10. Yeah, I think so too Martin... Its a life lesson that I learned and hope to never happen again..

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  11. Oo nga cookie, at talagang inatake ako ng sobrang nerbyos.. thanks for the compiment!

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  12. Thanks for visiting and kind compliments Philip!

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  13. Poor little thing.. he must be traumatized being locked alone inside the room..
    Lesson learned, always put a spare keys outside the room where you can reach in case it happens once again.

    Happy Thanksgiving ha? Dont eat too much turkey!!

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  14. shocks! katakot nga noon :c we never lock our doors (sa rooms) sa main door lang and back door. am glad it went fine c: i can just imagine him crying with panick even mommy too c:

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  15. hayyy, kakaloka yun ha! i guess it's something you can charge to experience na lang. buti na lang at OK naman yung baby mo.

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  16. Ohhh poor thing..I know he was freaking..that feeling of them on the other side is terrible..I have been through that myself with my little ones..we had to take the door knob off..lol....luckily now my 3 year old can unlock it...youngest cannot lock it yet.. :)

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