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I had posted a story here on a very upsetting news story I had heard involving a newborn that had been found dead. I was so troubled and outraged by it (the unfairness of it) that I felt I had to express my feeling about it. I have gone back and omitted the story because, unfortunately, someone was deeply upset by it. I did not post the story to intentionally hurt anyone, and I am very sorry I did.
 

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I have no words...just so awful. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/mecry.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="crying">
 

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<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/bawling.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="bawl"><br><br>
I just want to scream that I WOULD HAVE LOVED THAT BABY!!!<br><br><img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/bawling.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="bawl">
 

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It really p*sses me off to think that this is how some people are. Not to say that I am a saint or anything...<br><br>
It p*sses me off that we try and we know we will take care of these babies to the best of our abilites, and when we find out we are so excited to think that it is our time.<br><br>
It p*sses me off that we only get to spend a certain amount of time with our babies, and then they are taken from us without a reason many times.<br><br>
It p*sses me off that people get pregnant that we know will not be a good mother/father and are given the same chance as us and they decide to throw away their babies or just dump them off like they are the daily trash because they are not wanted, even though so many families would gladly take a child in because they can't have their own.<br><br>
It p*sses me off that some of these people are so selfish to think of only themselves and not of the lives they carry.<br><br>
It p*sses me off that some people are so ready to say that they are just ready to be done with being pregnant when some of us can't even get that far.<br><br>
It p*sses me off that a person who has more than one child that they cannot or do not want to take care of, thus leaving the responsibility to family members etc., will once again go and have another child just to not want it either.<br><br>
It p*sses me off that some of these negligent people, who don't want to be pregnant, will go and do things such as smoke, drink, do drugs etc., will go on to have perfectly fine babies.<br><br>
It p*sses me off that some of these negligent people, who don't want to be pregnant, will go and do things such as smoke, drink, do drugs etc., will have a baby that they *ruined* for the rest of that being's life, just to drop them off just because they are not ready to have a *special* child that they, in my opinion, intentionally caused. (Some of us are blessed with that special child because we know we can take care of them and love them, even through no fault of our own...)<br><br>
It p*sses me off that people can stuff a newborn child into a plastic bag, while the child is just out of the womb and crying, and throw them into a lake or a trash bin, because they are not knowledgable about the options out there.<br><br><br><br><br>
WHAT THE F*** IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE!!!!
 

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I'm going to step up and ask that this thread please be moved to current events. Some of us are still in the early stages of grieving our losses and a thread like this is too much to read.<br><br>
I know that personally, I didn't expect to see this story in this forum, and even though the title had a "graphic" warning, I didn't expect it to be *this* type of story and it is really too hard to hear, especially for those of us that had full-term/birth/infant losses. And then add that some of us are suffering from Post traumatic stress disorder following the losses of our infants, and reading things like this are very much triggers for the nightmares and flashbacks. So, I ask that it be considered that this thread be moved to current events instead of pregnancy loss...<br><br>
Thank you...
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">I'm going to step up and ask that this thread please be moved to current events. Some of us are still in the early stages of grieving our losses and a thread like this is too much to read.<br><br>
I know that personally, I didn't expect to see this story in this forum, and even though the title had a "graphic" warning, I didn't expect it to be *this* type of story and it is really too hard to hear, especially for those of us that had full-term/birth/infant losses. And then add that some of us are suffering from Post traumatic stress disorder following the losses of our infants, and reading things like this are very much triggers for the nightmares and flashbacks. So, I ask that it be considered that this thread be moved to current events instead of pregnancy loss...<br><br>
Thank you...</div>
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Thank you, Ally.
 
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