FS,,You did read where the other children were removed from the home into protective custody, right? That means law officers on the scene saw that things were very wrong there. Also, the father is not free and clear at this time of charges that may be filed against him. But go on and defend and feel sorry for a man who valued his sleep more than the life of an 8 week old baby, and who didn't get up from his bed even as the baby was being torn to pieces. I ask you, if he couldn't hear the baby screaming, how could he hear it at all? How could he hear crying or vomiting or choking? He couldn't. The baby may as well have been in the house all alone. But go on and defend the poor guy, he needed his sleep. The one I feel sorry for is YOU, you have no heart.
HJ...I AM a big fan of babies and as such, will never be cavalier about their deaths, especially when those deaths could be prevented by a little thought and taking responsibility.
HJ..plus the article said that the safety latch on the window was broken. I just want parents to freaking look out for their children and protect them. That is not too much to ask. Children aren't supposed to have to protect themselves, and die when they can't.
Mine too, but I wonder when enough is too much for the body to take. I would rather think of him going in peace than continuing to suffer.
HJ...it's just too upsetting, since there are two articles on this page about an 18 month killed by a tractor and now this, and tomorrow there will be another kid falling, since it's going to be warm, and more drownings, and just a couple of days ago the baby mauled to death while the "father," I use the term loosely, was asleep in another room, and no one was watching or protecting the baby... Who is watching out for and protecting the babies, and when I speak out for the babies, people attack me. Some people have no souls.
Right, the 18 month old should have known that being near a tractor was too dangerous, so it was her fault. Riiiiiight. There is no way a young kid should have been anywhere near the tractor, or a lawn mower, or any machine with moving parts, ever. But if they die, oh well, it's never the adults' fault for not being responsible adults. Meanwhile, the kids keep dying...
HJ, right, or, "you want a medal for being a human being?"
horsetail, but does everyone in your family have that schedule? Including the kids?
That is kind of what smoke alarms are for.