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Buna, TX

#1 Jan 31, 2013
so many lies but its in today paper Valerie Braden charged with second degree cruelity juvenile. Why lie and try to hide what happen. I saw a picture of ths baby, all i can say is it was horrible. Parent we need to pick our daycare wisely. So many worker only care about is a pay check instead of the well being of the children under their care.
stay at home Mom

United States

#2 Jan 31, 2013
seems as though that's all you worry about too, the paycheck. Otherwise why would a woman, a mother who has been given a blessing, a child to nuture & protect, a child of your own flesh, why would you chase a paycheck when it means low wage daycare workers would be guarding your baby? How much do you make in a week after gas & daycare payment, & taxes? i bet you eat out a lot, ya know like after work you grab the kid some nuggets on the way home.
Single Parent

Buna, TX

#3 Jan 31, 2013
there are alot of single mother, i am single and i have to work. alot of women are in school so daycare is a must. every one cant sit a home with there children. thats was avery dumb of you to say something like that. they are caring for human being and should take their job seriously!
Elsa

Kiln, MS

#4 Jan 31, 2013
what she was saying was...PARENTS need to take care of their own children. You cannot expect someone else to care for your child & expect them to do it to your standards. Sometimes child care workers have NO standards and you cannot trust just anyone. If you choose to bring a life in this world then be responsible enough to take care of that life. That means making sacrifices.
I stayed at home with mine while my husband workded. We lived pay check to pay check.
We didnt go out to eat, i didnt get my nails done, & we sacrificed. But our kids were at home with their mother where they are SAFE! for a 100% fact.
Connie

Natchitoches, LA

#5 Jan 31, 2013
Yes, I think that some childcare workers are their just for a paycheck, but some worker do care. My child attended daycare, she loved it and the workers was very kind and loving. A child can get hurt at home just as fast as at a daycare. Things can happen in a split second, do that mean you don't care? I don't think so.
why

Shreveport, LA

#6 Jan 31, 2013
Twanda Green you need to stop with lies your time is up . Tell the truth and yea you are married smh girl you are not going to make a come up on this tradegy get a job.
think again

Natchitoches, LA

#7 Jan 31, 2013
stay at home Mom wrote:
seems as though that's all you worry about too, the paycheck. Otherwise why would a woman, a mother who has been given a blessing, a child to nuture & protect, a child of your own flesh, why would you chase a paycheck when it means low wage daycare workers would be guarding your baby? How much do you make in a week after gas & daycare payment, & taxes? i bet you eat out a lot, ya know like after work you grab the kid some nuggets on the way home.
Actually for those mothers who have an education and a high paying job because they chose to get said education , they can make a lot more than it costs to send their children to daycare. Not every mother has the luxury to stay at home with their children. It's all about what quality of life you want to give your child. Now on the other hand there are a lot of "people" around who have no job or education and because of their "poor pitiful" situation they get free or reduced daycare. What's amazing is that these mothers have nothing to do all day long and still bring their children to daycare. Amazing......
care

Natchitoches, LA

#8 Jan 31, 2013
think again wrote:
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Actually for those mothers who have an education and a high paying job because they chose to get said education , they can make a lot more than it costs to send their children to daycare. Not every mother has the luxury to stay at home with their children. It's all about what quality of life you want to give your child. Now on the other hand there are a lot of "people" around who have no job or education and because of their "poor pitiful" situation they get free or reduced daycare. What's amazing is that these mothers have nothing to do all day long and still bring their children to daycare. Amazing......
well child care assistance is for mothers who are working now... if you not working or going to school no child care for you. I think it's great to help those who are trying to provide something for their family or further their education AND improve their situation.
just saying

Bellevue, WA

#9 Jan 31, 2013
care wrote:
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well child care assistance is for mothers who are working now... if you not working or going to school no child care for you. I think it's great to help those who are trying to provide something for their family or further their education AND improve their situation.
Well said. Even though Im not in that situation people such as yourself disgrace me. Everybody was not born with a silver spoon in they mouth hunny.
Lena

United States

#10 Feb 1, 2013
Single Parent wrote:
there are alot of single mother, i am single and i have to work. alot of women are in school so daycare is a must. every one cant sit a home with there children. thats was avery dumb of you to say something like that. they are caring for human being and should take their job seriously!
It's a mother's "job" to care for her baby, that's what should be taken seriously!
Alaysia Mom

Buna, TX

#11 Feb 1, 2013
I wish I could saty home with my daughter but I have to work. This is said that this happened to this child. So horrible, I could not even imagine how this parent feels.
care

Shreveport, LA

#12 Feb 1, 2013
Lena wrote:
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It's a mother's "job" to care for her baby, that's what should be taken seriously!
I hope you never need help taking care of your chid even if it's just to run errands, go to a meeting, outing, anything. Realistically at some point you have to leave your child in the care of others some times.
Alaysia Mom

Buna, TX

#13 Feb 1, 2013
I would trust a daycare quickier then I would anyone else with my daughter. Yes it our job to care for our children but it is also our job to provide. With how the economy is everyone need to be working and\or trying to further their education to work.
Working Mother and Proud

Columbus, OH

#14 Feb 1, 2013
Lena wrote:
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It's a mother's "job" to care for her baby, that's what should be taken seriously!
Um, do you live under a rock?!! It is 2013, not the 1800s. Youíve taken us back by stating that itís ďa motherís job to care for her babyĒ. Just because a woman decides to be a stay at home mother doesnít mean that we (we Ė moms that work) take being a mother any less serious. I work, so does my husband. Our daughter is WELL TAKEN CARE OF. I own each and every responsibility of being a parent while ensuring my daughter lives comfortably. Do I worry, of course?! What parent doesnít? What you need to open your eyes and see is that good parents come in all forms, just like bad parents do; regardless if they work or stay at home.
Working Mother and Proud

Columbus, OH

#15 Feb 1, 2013
why wrote:
Twanda Green you need to stop with lies your time is up . Tell the truth and yea you are married smh girl you are not going to make a come up on this tradegy get a job.
Why would someone LIE to capitalize on the pain of their child... in the words of Tamar Braxton, get your life!
Lena

United States

#16 Feb 1, 2013
Working Mother and Proud wrote:
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Um, do you live under a rock?!! It is 2013, not the 1800s. Youíve taken us back by stating that itís ďa motherís job to care for her babyĒ. Just because a woman decides to be a stay at home mother doesnít mean that we (we Ė moms that work) take being a mother any less serious. I work, so does my husband. Our daughter is WELL TAKEN CARE OF. I own each and every responsibility of being a parent while ensuring my daughter lives comfortably. Do I worry, of course?! What parent doesnít? What you need to open your eyes and see is that good parents come in all forms, just like bad parents do; regardless if they work or stay at home.
you can shout your head off justify your position but the first priority of a Mother to care first for her child hasn't changed since way before 1800
Jackie

Marksville, LA

#17 Feb 1, 2013
Everyone situation is different and everyone have their opinion. I personally as wife, mother of two and have work at a daycare for years, it takes two incomes to live. Parents turn to daycare or home provider to care for their most precious gift when they have to work. Its our responsibilty to care for that child. That daycare worker failed to do so. Alot of daycares hire young people and they do not take it seriously. I am pretty sure if this mother could be a stay home mother, she would have. She is no less of a mother because she chose or needed to work. No, children have not changed since the 1800 but the world has.
Tax Payer

Marksville, LA

#18 Feb 1, 2013
All yall need to get a damn job. Sitting at home getting Medicaid , food stand, and welfare that everyone got to pay for. Stay at home moms, shit take y'all asses to work
Working Mother and Proud

Fpo, AE

#19 Feb 2, 2013
Lena wrote:
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you can shout your head off justify your position but the first priority of a Mother to care first for her child hasn't changed since way before 1800
My daughter is and will ALWAYS be my priority, the reason I choose to balance work and home. The point I'm making is that working parents take parenting just as serious as stay at home parents. I say parents because I know men who are stay at home parents (while the mother works) and are damn good at it. Don't say that mothers who work need to take being a mother more seriously. There are stay at home moms that care more for that next bag or car than the well-being of her child. Morals and values determine how serious people take parenting.
Working Mother and Proud

Fpo, AE

#20 Feb 2, 2013
Jackie wrote:
Everyone situation is different and everyone have their opinion. I personally as wife, mother of two and have work at a daycare for years, it takes two incomes to live. Parents turn to daycare or home provider to care for their most precious gift when they have to work. Its our responsibilty to care for that child. That daycare worker failed to do so. Alot of daycares hire young people and they do not take it seriously. I am pretty sure if this mother could be a stay home mother, she would have. She is no less of a mother because she chose or needed to work. No, children have not changed since the 1800 but the world has.
I agree Miss Jackie, well said.

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