I mean children who are morbidly obese (not just a little chubby) with no contributing medical condition. Otherwise healthy children who's weight percentile is above X percent of their height percentile. If a parent can be charge for a grossly underweight child should it not be the same thing? An over weight child is just as much at risk for death and an underweight one...
Asked by Anonymous at 8:39 PM on Oct. 15, 2009 in General Parenting
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:10 PM on Oct. 15, 2009
'**then it is none of your business** Wow it's hypothetical. It's not like i singles a certain person out. It's called a debate. You people and your 'none of your business' statements...what's the matter you got nothing better to put on the floor? If I asked if my child was over weight or If I was feeding them to much then all of the sudden it would be all kinds of your business right?
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