I'm telling you *B* is and his antics are going to be the death of me yet. Just today was one for the record/memory/baby books. I was in the Dollar Store checking out all their faux fall flowers. I was in a hurry b/c I had to get back to the pet groomer to get my dog. So, instead of getting the shopping cart cover and putting it on like I normally do I just wiped it down with anti-bacterial wipes and put *B* in. So, I walk back to their Halloween/Fall decor and I am looking vigorously. I find some flowers on the bottom shelf in a box that I want. So, I bend down to get them. *B* sticks his arm between the yellow bar handle that you hold onto to push the cart and the metal bar that starts the top of the child seat basket area. He's STUCK, FAST!!!! He whimpers for a second and I rush to the checkout and yell at the cashier to get some soap "RIGHT NOW!!" She takes her time it seemed like, but instead brings vegetable oil. It was smart thinking on her behalf, b/c soap needs water to lather up to be slippery; but she was clumsy with it. She poured it all on his head it ran into his face and eyes and all over his shirt causing him to freak out and jerk on his poor little arm. We couldn't get it dislodged. We had to call 9-1-1. Within 3min of the call an ambulance, a cop, and a fire rescue truck were all at the store. They had to take these huge bolt cutter things and cut the handle of the cart and pry it back to get his arm released. He. screamed. thee. entire. time. Then my poor little man had to have his eyes flushed out by the EMTs b/c of the vegetable oil in them. Needless to say his elbow is swollen and bruised, but nothing is broken. I think he's learned his lesson on sticking his arm in tight spots (or at least I hope he has), and I've come to the realization that I need to not be in a hurry and just take the extra time to ensure for his safety a bit more and not cut corners.