Quoting Killingℬird(13w):" You keep them awake so you can tell if they're losing consciousness or not. It's easier to look for signs. ... [snip!] ... said, throwing up can also just be a reaction to extreme pain. Watch him closely. If ANYTHING seems off. Take him to the pedi."
Quoting ღ Heidi ღ:" <blockquote><b>Quoting *~AngelEyes~*:</b>" How else was he acting besides sleepy? I'm ... [snip!] ... chatty self. The first few minutes after the fall were the only times I noticed the odd behavior, sleepiness, & quietness."I'd think that would be a good sign. But either way, I'd be nervous too and def keep a close eye on him. Him having a headache from the fall could cause the quietness, that's how my son acts when he gets headaches, but he's never fallen and hit his head that I'm aware of. But hope he's okay!! Keep us updated.
Quoting ღ Heidi ღ:" My 19 month old climbed onto his highchair from the kitchen table tonight & fell off. I had told him ... [snip!] ... to go to sleep afterwards (some say it's an old wives tale) but thinking about it possibly being true makes me so worried!"you can check for a concussion by shining a lit in his eyes if they both dialate normaly then he doesnt have a concussion