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    Shrieking Violet Sprockey's Avatar
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    This was the best possible outcome for an unwanted baby. Let it be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprockey View Post
    This was the best possible outcome for an unwanted baby. Let it be.

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    Maybe she's a Brown Headed Cowbird.

    It's a cultural thing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by coachgrrl View Post
    Maybe she's a Brown Headed Cowbird.

    It's a cultural thing.

    I laughed way to hard at that!

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    She never endangered the baby. Let her go, and be thankful this baby has a chance at a home where he's wanted and loved. It sounds like she did the best she could.

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    Yup. Glad the baby was never in danger. She did the right thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachgrrl View Post
    Maybe she's a Brown Headed Cowbird.

    It's a cultural thing.

    Lol

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk

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    So we're clear...14 is too old to drop a kid off at Walmart for someone else to raise?

    Asking for a friend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RN_mom View Post
    So we're clear...14 is too old to drop a kid off at Walmart for someone else to raise?

    Asking for a friend.
    You know, when Nebraska's safe haven law first went into effect, people actually were abandoning their teenagers.

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    I remember hearing about the teens and stuff, that's a super villain origin story right there.
    Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don't recognize them.


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