Does anyone know if a fall from a bathroom sink, onto a ceramic-tile floor, would cause the head injury JB suffered? Also, is it true that someone smelled peroxide in the home on the morning of the 26th? Here is my thought: JBR was fairly stubborn and kind of did her own thing, right? She also seemed to like to play 'dress up,' with makeup and everything that a grown-up would use. Am I correct so far? Well, two things occur to me: 1) Patsy said that she colored her hair on the 25th. JBR probably observed mom coloring her hair. 2)Arrianna (sp?) Pugh as well as JBR's cousin were both at an age where they probably experienced their menstrual cycle. JBR might have, on occasion, been in the bathroom with one of these girls when they inserted a tampon (sorry for the graphics...) Is it possible that JBR tried to color her own hair on Christmas night? Also, is it possible that she had been experimenting with tampons? I know these two inquiries have nothing to do with each other and nothing to do with the topic of my post, but, walk with me here for a moment. Not sure where we are going, but hang on... I know when I was a kid, I absolutely adored older kids, especially the really 'cool' older girls! One year (I was eight), my girlfriend and I decided to make 'braces' for our teeth, so we could look just like the cool teenagers we knew. So, we made braces out of bread-tie wires that we stripped. We actually wore them to school!!! My dad caught us (little brother tattled!!!) and made us throw away our 'braces' before we caused ourselves serious dental damage! I also remember that my cousin was always so hip. And, she was almost four years older than me, so I hung on anything she said or did. One year, my cousin taught me to shave my legs!!! Wow!! I felt so grown up! She also taught me to put on makeup and she tried to teach me how to use sanitary pads and tampons. The pads were easy. I refused to try the tampons! My point is, do you think JBR's 'prior vaginal trauma' could have been caused by trying tampons??? If so, that explains, at least for me, the molestation issue. Like I said previously, I don't see any evidence that any of the Ramsey children were molested. Now, back to the hair issue (and the bathroom counter). If JBR woke up and decided she wanted to color her own hair just like she saw mom do earlier, how would the child go about this task? Of course, her hair had been colored before...But Patsy did it that time. I know, I know...It was the 'Sun-In' stuff. Well, surprise, surprise--Sun-In is nothing more than Hydrogen Peroxide and some fragrance. If JBR opened a bottle of this product, the house would have an odor of peroxide...That odor is faint, but you can smell it. If JB attempted to color her own hair, would she use hair ponies to tie back her hair as she colored it in sections, as she may have seen adults do? Was she capable of putting ponies in her own hair (I know wolfchild is not able to do the ponies, but she is a whiz at the 'clippies')???? Could she have gotten out of bed, grabbed the loom ties (to use as ponies), climbed up on the bathroom sink (wolfkid makes this climb at least 3 times a day) and started to color her own hair??? Oops, back up... JBR gets out of bed. Patsy is working around the house. The men are asleep. Patsy confronts JBR with "Well, since you didn't wear the red turtleneck to the Whites and since you are awake anyway, let's get the clothes on you that you will wear tomorrow, starting with the red turtleneck!" JBR argues, but puts on the red shirt. Patsy goes about her business. Patsy makes some tea for herself. JBR joins her in the kitchen and grabs a bite of pineapple out of the bowl that is already there. Patsy scoots JBR off to bed wearing the red turtleneck shirt. JBR will not go to sleep. To spite Patsy, as soon as mom is out of sight, JBR grabs some hair ties (loom ties?) and heads for the bathroom... She looks at herself in the mirror and thinks, "Yuck! I hate this shirt!!" Of course, it is important to Patsy that JBR wear the red shirt on the 26th because Patsy was going to wear her red sweater again. They would have a second chance to match each other! So, JBR takes off the turtleneck. But, she is six-years-old. She gets sidetracked making funny faces in the mirror. Her shirt is off--except for the fact that it is in a bunch around her neck since she didn't remove it all the way... She ties back her hair. She starts to spray the color in it. Patsy walks in... Patsy throws a fit, screaming. Patsy is thinking a mile-a-minute now: Of all the times for JBR to pull a stunt like this, she choses a night when they have less than four hours left to sleep before they have to hop on the plane for a visit Patsy would rather not make in the first place just to see John's kids while John is snoring upstairs and Patsy had to deal with THIS!!! She tries to pull the shirt back onto JBR. JB fights. Patsy yanks and twists... The shirt that is just around JB's neck starts to choke her. Patsy is in a tizzy now. She is shaking and pulling JB by the shirt that is around her neck! JBR falls off of the bathroom sink and onto the ground as Patsy yanks a bit too hard... The rest is history, as they say... You have to remember that Patsy broke into tears when LE questioned her about what the red turtleneck was doing in the bathroom sink. I am not sure why they didn't pursue this line of questioning a bit further considering the fact that it hit a sore spot with Patsy, and hence, was probably significant. Now, back to my question (and the point of my post, lol): Would a fall from a bathroom sink, onto a ceramic floor cause the injury JBR suffered to her head?