Parents Accidentally Leave Baby In Toys R Us

Full story: CBS4 Boston 41
MIDLAND, Texas A 3-month-old baby was left unattended in a shopping cart for about an hour Sunday when her parents accidentally left her behind, police said. Full Story
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“Our Grand daughter”

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#1 Dec 19, 2006
I could see this happening now since I'm older. At least the baby was safe and not stolen by strangers.

Vee

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#2 Dec 19, 2006
I understand there is a new store opening for weary parents. "Brains R Us."

“Our Grand daughter”

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#3 Dec 19, 2006
Watch it!

“The Penguin Cometh.”

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#4 Dec 19, 2006
"Brains'R'Us"

"Come trade in that tired, old model for a brand new, greatly improved brain. Guaranteed to resist Alzheimer's for at least ten years longer than the one you have now.

Some qualifications are required. Not all brain trade-ins accepted. Brains from parents whose babies have been left in toy stores will not receive best trade-in value.

<sung>
I don't want to get old, I'm a Brains'R'Us Dad!
</sung>

COME SEE US TODAY!!!!!!!"

I think I'm ready for a trade-in.

“I'm tired of being tired!”

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#5 Dec 20, 2006
Mommy of four wrote:
I could see this happening now since I'm older. At least the baby was safe and not stolen by strangers.
This is just crazy! Why bother buying all the toys for the kid and just walk off and leave them in the basket? Think they would have figured it out on Christmas morning? All those toys and no kid to open them? Good grief!

“Spring is here, ”

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#6 Dec 20, 2006
What the heck? A person can forget their car keys, they can forget their wallet and they can forget to pay a bill... How in the hell can you forget your baby?? Oh I know....they forgot their brains at home..
Miss USA

United States

#7 Dec 20, 2006
La Sunshine wrote:
What the heck? A person can forget their car keys, they can forget their wallet and they can forget to pay a bill... How in the hell can you forget your baby?? Oh I know....they forgot their brains at home..
My hope would be the kid to be kidnapped by more responsible folks, who would then teach the kid true responsibility and help him out with the Sunday Times Crosswords, instead of perpetuating redneck alcohol/pot induced forgetfulness and overall stupidity.

“Spring is here, ”

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#8 Dec 20, 2006
Miss USA wrote:
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My hope would be the kid to be kidnapped by more responsible folks, who would then teach the kid true responsibility and help him out with the Sunday Times Crosswords, instead of perpetuating redneck alcohol/pot induced forgetfulness and overall stupidity.
AMEN!!!

Vee

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#9 Dec 20, 2006
TexasTumbleweed wrote:
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This is just crazy! Why bother buying all the toys for the kid and just walk off and leave them in the basket? Think they would have figured it out on Christmas morning? All those toys and no kid to open them? Good grief!
Where have YOUUUUUUU been? I thought you ,might of been held hostage!!!!!!

“snoringdogs(at)h otmail(dot)com”

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#10 Dec 20, 2006
it WANTED to be a Toys R' Us kid. The parents were simply accomodating ... "Merry Xmas, Junior". Hope ya like it - it's all you're gonna get.
Gomer

Rochester, NY

#11 Dec 20, 2006
Parents were playing that new video game "where's the baby?"
wiley

Maple Heights, OH

#12 Dec 20, 2006
Someone should leave those parents in a dark alley in Mexico accidentally.
this is funny

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Dec 20, 2006
i guess this is a good example of the phrase that they have "ship" for brains.......
Just Thinking

Dearborn, MI

#14 Dec 20, 2006
Miss USA wrote:
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My hope would be the kid to be kidnapped by more responsible folks, who would then teach the kid true responsibility and help him out with the Sunday Times Crosswords, instead of perpetuating redneck alcohol/pot induced forgetfulness and overall stupidity.
HEY HEY HEY there, Missy. As a loyal supporter of Dale jr, Guinness Stout and hydroponics I can't help but be offended by your comment. And just for your information I NEVER left my kid in Toys R Us. I tried to sell him to the gypsies once but they backed out of the deal at the last minute.

“Spring is here, ”

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#15 Dec 20, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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HEY HEY HEY there, Missy. As a loyal supporter of Dale jr, Guinness Stout and hydroponics I can't help but be offended by your comment. And just for your information I NEVER left my kid in Toys R Us. I tried to sell him to the gypsies once but they backed out of the deal at the last minute.
I love Dale Jr.
Just Thinking

Dearborn, MI

#16 Dec 20, 2006
La Sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>I love Dale Jr.
Now if we could just convince him that its a shorter distance around the track on the bottom and not scraping the wall the whole way around......

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#17 Dec 20, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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Now if we could just convince him that its a shorter distance around the track on the bottom and not scraping the wall the whole way around......
LOL...One of these days I hope he figures it out..
CrzyInCape

Clermont, FL

#18 Dec 20, 2006
I heard they were actuakky tying to get the kid taken, Crazy people!
Just Thinking

Dearborn, MI

#19 Dec 20, 2006
La Sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>LOL...One of these days I hope he figures it out..
I admit that I am addicted to NASCAR, especially going to the track here in Michigan. We were there twice last summer and if you can have more fun anywhere else I don't know where that is. NASCAR FANS ARE THE BEST.

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#20 Dec 20, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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I admit that I am addicted to NASCAR, especially going to the track here in Michigan. We were there twice last summer and if you can have more fun anywhere else I don't know where that is. NASCAR FANS ARE THE BEST.
I agree... I watch it all the time on tv..I haven't made it to the race track in quite sometime..I hoping this summer that I will be able to get there.. I like the Saints and the Steelers for football..Who do you like, JT?

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