I have been debating this for a while and am still unsure. My daughter was in a Girl Scout Daisy Troop but the troop dissolved because the leader wasn't doing a good job and was making up weird stories. All the moms felt she might have an undiagnosed mental issue as the stories were weird and unnecessary. Anyway, no one felt comfortable having her lead our girls. The mother has four children; all under the age of five. All of them have some sort of developmental disorder (failure to thrive, ADHD, autism). There have been stories around the school that makes me wonder if the oldest hasn’t been molested. Again, the mother makes up stories so who knows? What concerns me the most is the baby. He is 8 or 9 months old. He doesn't sit up, crawl or eat food; just formula. One mom said he looked like he was going to die. Every time we were at her house, he was strapped in a car seat or swing. I think he spends most of the time like that. He always seemed happy but not healthy. He isn’t even the one diagnosed as failure to thrive, that is the two-year-old. This mom is obviously overwhelmed with so many young children. Plus, her husband is in the military and always gone. Would anyone call CPS? I don’t think they need to be removed from the home but the woman needs some sort of help!
Answer by mrsziemann at 11:18 PM on May. 22, 2011
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She may have some mental issues, however she may just need a friend, and maybe she is making up stories to get attention? It's a hard call and I have seen CPS remove kids and there wasn't issues, just a jealous ex making stuff up.
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