I saw an update on a story that originally aired in March. The original story was about a woman who was bathing her 16 month old son and stepped out of the batroom to check on another child who was not feeling well. She got "distracted" and decided to clean the other child's room and fold laundry, when she returned to the bathroom awhile later her son was face down in the water. She attempted CPR, and paramedics could not revive the child. At the hospital initially he was pronounced DOA, but the doctors got a heartbeat and put him on a ventilator. They suggested an experimental treatment called therapeutic hypothermia. The child fully recovered, exceeding the expectations of the medical personnel. The new story is about the boy learning to swim. Instead of this story being a lesson on not leaving your child unattended in the tub, they completely made it about blessings and God's love and miracles. Ugh, what a contrived story and I just love it how they reair it in December so everyone can go around praising God's Christmas miracles. I want to thank the doctors for their amazing efforts in saving this child's life and I recommend that people here on the Nexus make comments on the Today Show, they need to hear it.
Ah, but you forget about the argument that I hear all the time. When a child dies, god just 'wanted them home'. (Banging head against wall)