Adoptions are meant to ensure the “best interests of the child’. But unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. The story of an adopted teenage girl reminds us of just how heartbreaking some adoption stories can be.
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In conditions that could only be described as filthy and heartbreaking, three little girls were found by Ottawa police on Monday afternoon. Those three children, a 3-year-old, a 2-year-old and a 9-month-old baby – have all been turned over to the Children’s Aid Society. Investigators are now looking into the case to figure out how these small children could have been left at home, hungry, dirty and with their mother nowhere in sight.
Earlier this week, an Amber Alert was issued for three-week-old Mia Graci Thompson. Baby Mia’s mother had initially called in the report, telling police that the baby had been abducted. Nearly 12 hours later, the little girl was found in a ditch just outside city limits. Now, the 19-year-old mother is in police custody.
Caleb Rosario could hardly believe his eyes when he and his sister spotted a little boy wandering alone a busy street in Orlando. Even the 911 dispatcher seemed to have a hard time believing it.
It might have been just another day at the beach for some, but it is a day that one witness is not likely to forget any time soon. At the busy seaside town in the UK, two men pull up in a Ford Subaru pick-up truck. In the back of the truck, a toddler is strapped into a car seat… no, no, not in the back seat of the truck – in the bed.
Texting and driving, alone, are dangerous. But how much more dangerous would it be if you were texting, driving and holding your infant in your lap? One mother recently made this very dangerous mistake and is now paying the price.
Until yesterday, Aaron Marriott, owner of Blueskies Skydiving, planned to take his two-year-old son out for his very first skydive. Little Elijah had been interested in doing his first jump since watching his older brother, Kobe, take his first jump just last year. At the time, Kobe was three.