You awake in the morning, get out of bed, walk 2 or 3 feet to your baby’s crib to pick him up and feed him like you do every morning. As you look into his crib, your heart skips a beat.
Your baby isn’t in his crib. The last place he was known to be. The last place you put him.
You search frantically all over the house, calling out to his siblings to see if he’s in their bedroom with them. All to no avail.