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Author Topic: Is the Oklahoma justice system fair?  (Read 3868 times)

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Is the Oklahoma justice system fair?
« on: Aug 30, 2006, 10:11:24 PM »
Some of us Okies may live hillbilly ways, but we still love our kids.  Why is it that no matter what the issue, the law still sees that babies don't need to be away from their momma?  What about if she attempted suicide while knowing she was pregnant with the baby?  Why does that not even matter. What if she has 3 other children and one she doesn't keep half the time because she despizes her? Hmmmmmmmmm Somebody please give me some closure.


Re: Is the Oklahoma justice system fair?
« Reply #1 on: Dec 22, 2008, 11:38:03 PM »
It's not just the Oklahoma justice system that knows it's best for an infant to be with the mother, it's the Pediatric society too!  Any one who understand children and especially infants knows that until a baby begins walking or around 9 months, the baby does not realize that they are not 'connected' to their mother....they think they are one and the same.  AND when that bond is disrupted too much you have what is known as an unattached child...........and that's a whole other issue.
Sounds like to me you need to begin talking to BM and not just bashing her.

 

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