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caring me

Barbourville, KY

#1 Oct 10, 2008
wow..just was watching lex18 news and they are saying a grandmother that works at marymount hospital left her 2yr old grandson in car all day and was found dead this evening.did anyone else see that and knows who this was?i dont understand they say she was taking him to work with her today but forgot him in the hot car.
concerned

Barbourville, KY

#2 Oct 10, 2008
yes i just seen that too..said they would tell more at 6,pray for this family knox county cause i couldnt imagine what this family is dealing with right now
SOMEexcuse

Somerset, KY

#3 Oct 10, 2008
u know there was a case on CSI the one with gris i think vegas.. there was a couple that used that excuse i forgot usually the wife does it but all in all it was planned becuase they thought it had the same disease that their firtst child had died with so they did not want it to suffer like the other child had.. i told my spouse well there is one for idiots to use down the road it had not been 6 months u remember the nurse the the asisstant principal and there have been a few more also..you tell me just how in the name of God DO YOU FORGET YOUR CHILD LONG ENOUGH FOR IT TO DIE not gonna happen i am sorry especially if you have an education as some of these people have
Crazy talk

Barbourville, KY

#4 Oct 10, 2008
Man alive that is so horrible! It's easy to forget the child if you don't normally have that in your routine, but still the grandma must be wracked with horrible guilt over it! Bless that family!
SOMEexcuse

Somerset, KY

#5 Oct 10, 2008
Crazy talk wrote:
Man alive that is so horrible! It's easy to forget the child if you don't normally have that in your routine, but still the grandma must be wracked with horrible guilt over it! Bless that family!
you can double up on the crazy talk there i am sorry i dont care what or how many routines anyone has how minutes a day goes by that we dont think obout our children HUH not one here, so if i should forget my child after 1 minute i would go back and get it , i just hope and pray the child did not have to suffer 1 second for all of those minutes that she let go by one thing for sure poor thing is in Gods hands now and will nvr have to about being forgotten

i hope there was no intent in this terrible death and am not saying there was i just find it overwhelming and trying to understand how anyone could forget their child
caring me

Barbourville, KY

#6 Oct 10, 2008
i just couldnt imagine what this will do to this family but i do agree..how in the world do u forget a child in your car,they said they mother and grandmother of the child was employes of the hospital
Cant believe it

Manchester, KY

#7 Oct 10, 2008
Looks to me like the mom woud have called to check on the child if nothing else. I always called my mom to check on my son when she kept him. I just can't see how you could forget ALL day.
SOMEexcuse

Somerset, KY

#8 Oct 10, 2008
caring me wrote:
i just couldnt imagine what this will do to this family but i do agree..how in the world do u forget a child in your car,they said they mother and grandmother of the child was employes of the hospital
well to anyone who wants to defend them go ahead
but look at it this way if you are upholding them for forgetting a child of theirs , i wonder what positions they hold in the hospital , how would anyone feel if maybe their child was to have surgeory and they forgot to give your child the anestesia or forgot to give it a med to keep it alive hmmmmmm would you still defend them
Breanna

Barbourville, KY

#9 Oct 10, 2008
Does any one know who it was and they'll be in my

prayers..
Crazy talk

Barbourville, KY

#10 Oct 10, 2008
SOMEexcuse wrote:
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you can double up on the crazy talk there i am sorry i dont care what or how many routines anyone has how minutes a day goes by that we dont think obout our children HUH not one here, so if i should forget my child after 1 minute i would go back and get it , i just hope and pray the child did not have to suffer 1 second for all of those minutes that she let go by one thing for sure poor thing is in Gods hands now and will nvr have to about being forgotten
i hope there was no intent in this terrible death and am not saying there was i just find it overwhelming and trying to understand how anyone could forget their child
I'm just saying that it could possibly happen. I don't have kids myself, but I have taken care of my three nieces and yes, there have been times, not used to having them a lot, that I've forgotten. Can any parent honestly say that at some point they haven't forgotten their child, or lost their child somewhere? I wasn't trying to defend it, but just saying it could happen.
someEXCUSE

Somerset, KY

#11 Oct 10, 2008
Crazy talk wrote:
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I'm just saying that it could possibly happen. I don't have kids myself, but I have taken care of my three nieces and yes, there have been times, not used to having them a lot, that I've forgotten. Can any parent honestly say that at some point they haven't forgotten their child, or lost their child somewhere? I wasn't trying to defend it, but just saying it could happen.
ok then you would not know then because if you had your own child you would know that there is not one minute that goes by that you dont miss and think about your child no matter what age they are you think of something, anything and everything and go with a smile on your face constantly whether it be them spilling milk or a picture they handed you that they drew for you
they are on our minds every second of the day from the time we get up til the time we fall asleep ... i just cant see it happening i am sorry
Crazy talk

Barbourville, KY

#12 Oct 10, 2008
someEXCUSE wrote:
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ok then you would not know then because if you had your own child you would know that there is not one minute that goes by that you dont miss and think about your child no matter what age they are you think of something, anything and everything and go with a smile on your face constantly whether it be them spilling milk or a picture they handed you that they drew for you
they are on our minds every second of the day from the time we get up til the time we fall asleep ... i just cant see it happening i am sorry
Honest to God I'm not trying to start anything here, BUT not EVERY mother is like that. My sister-in-law could care less about my three nieces, that's why I've taken them more and more often. She's left them in the car, to go in to a store and spend time in there upwards from half an hour to two hours, in the Georgia heat with a heat index of 100+! Plus, there are other mothers out there, like this Casey woman with the missing little girl, Kaylee. And when I was saying that, I meant to add that when I first started keeping my nieces I did that, because I wasn't used to it. Just because I don't have kids doesn't mean I "don't understand" what you're saying, because I do, so PLEASE don't insult my intelligence with your presumptions. I'm trying to be nice about this, because you nor I or anyone, but the people involved, know the whole story and we can't place blame, judge or anything yet. YOU may not forget your children, but there are perfectly good mothers out there who have, because they're overwhelmed with other things. It can and DOES happen, that's ALL I'm saying.
someEXCUSE

Somerset, KY

#13 Oct 10, 2008
Crazy talk wrote:
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Honest to God I'm not trying to start anything here, BUT not EVERY mother is like that. My sister-in-law could care less about my three nieces, that's why I've taken them more and more often. She's left them in the car, to go in to a store and spend time in there upwards from half an hour to two hours, in the Georgia heat with a heat index of 100+! Plus, there are other mothers out there, like this Casey woman with the missing little girl, Kaylee. And when I was saying that, I meant to add that when I first started keeping my nieces I did that, because I wasn't used to it. Just because I don't have kids doesn't mean I "don't understand" what you're saying, because I do, so PLEASE don't insult my intelligence with your presumptions. I'm trying to be nice about this, because you nor I or anyone, but the people involved, know the whole story and we can't place blame, judge or anything yet. YOU may not forget your children, but there are perfectly good mothers out there who have, because they're overwhelmed with other things. It can and DOES happen, that's ALL I'm saying.
neither am i gonna argue over the loss of some poor innocent child that had to die at the hands of a loved one fault or non and nowhere did i judge ur intell and i know there are some parents out there that do not deserve the children that they were blessed with and do not take care of them but if you notice these mothers that have forgotten so they say look at where they work 1 was a nurse at the health dept one assistant prin at a school and now at a hospital i dont see any room for lack of knowledge for being a good parent

sorry if i have made you feel like i am starting a fight ... just voice-ing- my -oppinion on my personal love as a parent for my children. just cant see it happening ,,no can do never will
nobama

Hopkinsville, KY

#14 Oct 10, 2008
this is so bad poor kids i just dont understand how this happens i mean when u park your car what do you always do next get the kid or kids out how can you forget that u have a child with you come on people wake up
Crazy talk

Barbourville, KY

#15 Oct 10, 2008
someEXCUSE wrote:
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neither am i gonna argue over the loss of some poor innocent child that had to die at the hands of a loved one fault or non and nowhere did i judge ur intell and i know there are some parents out there that do not deserve the children that they were blessed with and do not take care of them but if you notice these mothers that have forgotten so they say look at where they work 1 was a nurse at the health dept one assistant prin at a school and now at a hospital i dont see any room for lack of knowledge for being a good parent
sorry if i have made you feel like i am starting a fight ... just voice-ing- my -oppinion on my personal love as a parent for my children. just cant see it happening ,,no can do never will
I understand, I honestly do and no, I couldn't imagine I would do it myself, but I can't say that it wouldn't happen. Not for very long if it did, because I know there are times when I've got things on my mind, that I forget to get my niece out of her car seat when I go somewhere, usually because my car has such a smooth ride, it puts her right to sleep every time!*l* But no, some do use that as an excuse whether it's the case or not. And I saw that episode of CSI that you were talking about and honestly, I said the same to my spouse when we saw it...they usually base those shows on real events and people, although circumstances and names are different...
So sad

Lexington, KY

#16 Oct 10, 2008
I am a grandmother. I have never forgot them in the car, but when I had to pick them up from school last year, because I was not used to it I left them And the scool had to call me I dont know how many times. I started setting alarm clock when it was time to go.
Johnny Tye Fan

Cawood, KY

#17 Oct 10, 2008
Crazy talk wrote:
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I'm just saying that it could possibly happen. I don't have kids myself, but I have taken care of my three nieces and yes, there have been times, not used to having them a lot, that I've forgotten. Can any parent honestly say that at some point they haven't forgotten their child, or lost their child somewhere? I wasn't trying to defend it, but just saying it could happen.
Im a parent, and i have never forgotten my child, or left my child somewhere, EVER.

it's a sorry excuse.
accidents

Madisonville, KY

#18 Oct 10, 2008
that is so sad and i feel so sorry for the grandma i don't think she should get in trouble for this.. Bless her heart I will pray for her and her family
Cant believe it

Manchester, KY

#19 Oct 10, 2008
She was arrested tonight. Of course she should be...her negligence KILLED her grandson
Prayers

Barbourville, KY

#20 Oct 10, 2008
It's unimaginable to me how this could happen, but I guess its possible. I have a toddler and I don't think I could live if I lost him...

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