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2nd update *** update***I think my youngest son was switched at birth!

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From day 1 ge has looked nothing like me, or his father or brothers. I have very dark hair and this child is blond!!!

And he is just evil! His personality us nothing like the rest of us.

I plan on a dna test this summer


*** update*** all 5 of us had our Dna tests this morning. Results will be in within 6 weeks, more waiting.
We are also looking into the invetro clinic we used for 2yrs before getting pregnant. When I stopped invetro I was not pregnant, they did a blood test. But I was pregnant 6 weeks later when I took a home test



2nd update.
Well he is not our child. I feel relieved. He wasn't switched , apperarently the clinic messed up, royally. I wasn't tested late enough, just 2.5 weeks from an embryo being implanted.
That wasn't ours!! I can't r Era lay go onto more detail. But he will be staying with us, I really feel to peace now that we know the truth. And therapy for all is set up
Posted by Anonymous on May. 27, 2014 at 2:32 PM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 175 on May. 29, 2014 at 6:30 PM
What will you do if he is yours?
Barbi2
by on May. 29, 2014 at 7:10 PM

I hope you haven't let him know you think this.  Nor should he know about the test.  How old is he?  Your challenge is to show the power of love --loving discipline --as though he were your own problem child and not the spawn of Satan!  I hope he's little --because this is the time to deal with what Dr. James Dobson called "Tiny Defiance."  You don't punish for "childish irresponsibility"  except to teach that there are consequences to it.   But firm correction with you as winner is needed to show a bratty child that you love him too much to let him be bratty.  Get the Dobson books at the Christian bookstore --much wisdom there.  The Dog Whisperer even has wisdom --about your need to be DOMINANT along with your husband --in your home --so that he "heels" when he should for his own good --a spoiled child has no friends and is a miserable child.


Bluerose1482
by Ruby Member on May. 29, 2014 at 7:12 PM

What does your husband say?

EntrepeneurMom
by The Major on May. 29, 2014 at 7:12 PM

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I have my doubts ssometimes.

Quoting MaryJarrett: Are you sure he's human? Who doesn't like cotton candy!? O.o

;-)


Quoting EntrepeneurMom: Mine was definitely switched. He doesn't like cotton candy.
DaBuzz
by Ruby Member on May. 29, 2014 at 7:32 PM


RaelynneS
by on May. 29, 2014 at 7:40 PM
Even if he was switched
1: you're a dick for posting this about that poor baby
2: if you did the dna testing and "give him back" you are an even bigger dick. He will have trouble with attachment and adjustment for the rest of his life

I feel sorry for him and hope that at some point you will realize how ridiculous you are.
Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster on May. 29, 2014 at 7:46 PM
So you think its ok to keep a child from his real parents? To know if his allergies are inherited, if he stand to inherit any diseases?

Quoting RaelynneS: Even if he was switched
1: you're a dick for posting this about that poor baby
2: if you did the dna testing and "give him back" you are an even bigger dick. He will have trouble with attachment and adjustment for the rest of his life

I feel sorry for him and hope that at some point you will realize how ridiculous you are.
lucy164
by Bronze Member on May. 29, 2014 at 8:07 PM

no child is evil

MerryAnna
by on May. 29, 2014 at 8:38 PM
2 moms liked this
The fact that would even wonder about this makes me wonder about u! My kids are mine, not because I grew them but because I fed them, changed their diapers, wiped their noses and kissed their owies. If they were switched at birth I would never want to know. They are MINE
BethanyMel
by on May. 29, 2014 at 9:39 PM
3 moms liked this
Honestly, the thought of willingly giving up any baby I've raised just makes my stomach turn. Children feed off of the energy that surrounds them. It doesn't surprise me the child has problems, it seems it was learned from the mother. That baby needs unconditional love. If you can't give it to him, then I'm not sure if you even deserve him. It breaks my heart for anyone to talk this way about their child. Get counseling and see a doctor. It will only get worse without mental help.
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