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Old 01-12-10, 08:30 AM
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Kids bump into stuff all the time, so a mark like this by itself is not remarkable.

What is more important is how the kid is acting now. Quieter than usual? No eating? Not following your movements with their eyes? Not reacting to stimuli as usual?

If kid is acting as per normal, don't panic - just keep an eye on things.
If kid is not acting as per normal, go to the hospital for a check.

The other kid is doing what kids that age do - being selfish because it is all about "me". They are too young to have worked out the bigger concepts such as being polite.
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