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A newborn baby found abandoned in a carrier bag was discovered by children on their way to school. Hope her mum is ok and comes forward soon Read More
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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
A newborn baby found abandoned in a carrier bag was discovered by children on their way to school.

Hope her mum is ok and comes forward soon
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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#2
I was just reading this such a shame.
banned#3
BlondeBella
I was just reading this such a shame.


she was found alive and is good, lets home her mum is ok too
#4
sassie
she was found alive and is good, lets home her mum is ok too


I no but to just be left in a carrier bag is awful.
#5
How can anyone be so selfish that they do this?
#6
Baby alive and well, better than hearing about someone dead/dying any day.
banned#7
andythebrave
How can anyone be so selfish that they do this?


I dont suppose for one minute she was in a right frame of mind do you, or do you think most right minded people do this, you have to feel for the mother as the child is safe and being well looked after, as a mother myself i cant imagine what she might be going through to do something like that
banned#8
Abvance
Baby alive and well, better than hearing about someone dead/dying any day.


Thats what i thought :thumbsup:
suspended#9
andythebrave
How can anyone be so selfish that they do this?

Its awful, but from what i just read the poor baby was left after 4.20am that poor little mite must have been frozen that makes it even worse, at least she is alive
#10
Abvance
Baby alive and well, better than hearing about someone dead/dying any day.


+1 :thumbsup:
#11
sassie
I dont suppose for one minute she was in a right frame of mind do you, or do you think most right minded people do this, you have to feel for the mother as the child is safe and being well looked after, as a mother myself i cant imagine what she might be going through to do something like that


She could be a young girl and not wanted to tell anyone as she was scared.
banned#12
BlondeBella
She could be a young girl and not wanted to tell anyone as she was scared.


yes, and she has given birth probably with no medical help, lets hope she too is ok
#13
sassie;4487008
I dont suppose for one minute she was in a right frame of mind do you, or do you think most right minded people do this, you have to feel for the mother as the child is safe and being well looked after, as a mother myself i cant imagine what she might be going through to do something like that


Quite possibly not in the right frame of mind, but even so, this is his/her child that has effectively been chucked out like a past its sell by date ready meal. There is a guiding parental principal (or, if you like, a basic animal instinct) that I thought everyone had which was to protect your children from danger rather then deliberately expose them to it. To act in the opposite way to a basic instinct requires considerable effort and/or experience.
#14
I hope both Mum and baby do well and are soon reunited.

Never cast judgement over others, especially without knowing the facts.
banned#15
andythebrave
Quite possibly not in the right frame of mind, but even so, this is his/her child that has effectively been chucked out like a past its sell by date ready meal. There is a guiding parental principal (or, if you like, a basic animal instinct) that I thought everyone had which was to protect your children from danger rather then deliberately expose them to it. To act in the opposite way to a basic instinct requires considerable effort and/or experience.


we dont know anything, i posted because it was good news she was found alive and is doing well, and i hope the mother is ok too, whatever she has done one day she will have to live with that, whether it be today, tomorrow, or years on
#16
andythebrave
Quite possibly not in the right frame of mind, but even so, this is his/her child that has effectively been chucked out like a past its sell by date ready meal. There is a guiding parental principal (or, if you like, a basic animal instinct) that I thought everyone had which was to protect your children from danger rather then deliberately expose them to it. To act in the opposite way to a basic instinct requires considerable effort and/or experience.

I can understand your inital reaction but we don't know the facts and we don't ever get to hear about the outcome of these cases, or the reasons behind them.

It may well be that mum was actually doing what you said - the best option she could think of for the safety of her baby. Her options are clearly very limited - poor woman.

I am glad that the baby is safe and sound and come to no harm after such a sad and lonely start to life.
#17
andythebrave
Quite possibly not in the right frame of mind, but even so, this is his/her child that has effectively been chucked out like a past its sell by date ready meal. There is a guiding parental principal (or, if you like, a basic animal instinct) that I thought everyone had which was to protect your children from danger rather then deliberately expose them to it. To act in the opposite way to a basic instinct requires considerable effort and/or experience.



Oh dear,,,
#18
I agree with everything said, it's just that I think the baby deserves pretty much all of the sympathy as it has been failed in the number one most basic way by one or other of its parents whoever they are and whatever their reasons for doing this. I don't wish any harm to them at all.
banned#19
by the way our basic intstinct is to protect ourselves, and maybe that is what the mother has done, protected herself from whatever, once we have children we become protective of them too which is what maybe the mother has also done, no matter what she left the baby where it could be found, so yes maybe not ideal, but maybe all that was open to her
#20
ClarityofMind
I hope both Mum and baby do well and are soon reunited.

Never cast judgement over others, especially without knowing the facts.



sassie
she was found alive and is good, lets home her mum is ok too


Totally agree:thumbsup:
#21
i know u shouldnt judge....but im finding it hard not to..... she doenst deserve to be called a mother.... a mother would never do that....im sorry if its not what everyone wants to hear
#22
I couldn't imagine ever giving my children up, but then I was ready to have them.

I hate to think that the childs mother was a scared child herself, unable to reveal her guilty secret and took such desperate and foolish action.

I am thankful that the baby is alive and well. Hopefully, if the mother does not come forward, she will bring joy to some other family.

We can't begin to judge the mother - who knows what she is going through? There are so many awful tales to tell!
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Butterflies
I couldn't imagine ever giving my children up, but then I was ready to have them.

I hate to think that the childs mother was a scared child herself, unable to reveal her guilty secret and took such desperate and foolish action.

I am thankful that the baby is alive and well. Hopefully, if the mother does not come forward, she will bring joy to some other family.

We can't begin to judge the mother - who knows what she is going through? There are so many awful tales to tell!


I totally agree :thumbsup:

Often in these cases, the mother is just a child herself. Sometimes there is a degree of force involved, incest, rape, a supreme loss of innocence. She may have been abused, punished, neglected, mistreated. She may have mental health issues, emotional problems. She is probably at this moment feeling frightened, and the grief that accompanies the loss of any child, not to mention her own sense of guilt and distress.

Extreme circumstances could cause even the calmest of us to act in extreme ways.

It isn't hard to feel a sense of sympathy for this mother as her action is unlikely to have been done in cold blood and uncaringly. It isn't hard to think of a million reasons that would lead a woman to act in this way.. IF indeed the mother even had any control about what happened to her child.

It is so lucky the baby was found so soon and is alive and well and being cared for. She is safe. I hope the mother is too.

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