He did the only thing he could think of to save his baby girl
"I rammed my finger into her mouth and down her throat and was able to squish the cheesie enough that the next thing I heard was the sweetest sound in the world...her crying," Morrice said.
Once the "cheesie" was dislodged, he was able to scoop it out of her daughter's mouth. It was the longest minute of his life, he said.
Why did this snack cause a problem?
Morrice said Annabelle hadn't had a problem eating the cheese puffs just days before, so he didn't understand why it was a problem that day.
His mom, who came over to help him calm down after the scary experience, scanned the cheese puff can until she found a warning label written in small letters saying to throw contents out after five days of opening the seal.
"I opened a new container and I could not believe the difference," he said. "The ones in the can she choked on I can only describe to be like a foam ear plug. I could squish it but it would expand back out and would not break apart. The ones in the new can crumbled with ease."
Emily Brady is a member of the FamilyShare content team. She studied Communication with an emphasis in journalism. She loves photography and finding a good book to read in her hammock on a sunny, breezy day.