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ElenorRigby Sat 10-Oct-09 20:07:54

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218308/Teenager-mother-stubbed-cigarette-baby-daughters-stressed-j ailed.html

19 yo mum had her baby with her when she violently mugged schoolgirls

fanjoforthemammaries7850 Sat 10-Oct-09 20:14:15

Shocking, but typical DM the first one, why on earth is her weight relevant to what she did hmm

PoisonToadstool Sat 10-Oct-09 20:16:04

Fucking scummy bitches.

PoisonToadstool Sat 10-Oct-09 20:16:57

I really don't give a fuck how fat someone is or how old or young they are but that picture has made me feel sick. I want to go and wake my DS up and cuddle him.

Reallytired Sat 10-Oct-09 20:20:41

That is terrible. I'm in tears reading about it.

It seems sad that child could not be adopted my a nice person/ married couple/ gay couple/ whatever the other side of the country. Its not fair when there are so many good people who are desperate for children.

I don't think the child should be cared for by the granparents when they have completely and utterly f*cked up bringing up their own daughter.

The mother should never be allowed to see her daughter again and if she ever gives birth again then the child should be adopted.

redsofas Sat 10-Oct-09 20:27:05

scum like that should not be allowed to have children but the truth is no one can stop them so poor kids like this are unfortunately stuck with thier crappy shitbag mothers until someone helps them. its so wrong because there are people in this world that would make fantastic parents but they sadly cant have children. i hope her granparents take good care of her

CarGirl Sat 10-Oct-09 20:30:03

it could well be the paternal grandparents taking care of her couldn't it.

sad sad

poisontoadstool I know what you mean.
My dd 2.6 is at the side of my fast asleep (poorly) and I just look at her and think How and Why?

BrokenBananaTantrum Sat 10-Oct-09 20:57:27

This makes me angry. Seriously angry. WTF is going on in our world.

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MaggieBehave Sat 10-Oct-09 21:00:54

Awful. Poor child. I'd love to see that young child adopted and given to a proper loving family.

She's forfeited her right to be a mother. And she's not even too ashamed to continue smoking. I mean, if she seriously, seriously felt deeply ashamed then she wouldn't be able to look at another cigarette.

choufleur Sat 10-Oct-09 21:01:45

It's f*cking unbelievable that she's only got 9months though!!

Someone should stub fags out on her.

PoppyIsApain Sat 10-Oct-09 21:03:20

That poor lil baby, evil fucker! angry

glasjam Sat 10-Oct-09 22:50:24

Haven't clicked the link, I'm sure it's a dreadful read. One thing though, it would have been better to have called this thread something like "Another pathetic sentence for child abuse - warning: upsetting story".

This would mean that people who did not wish to be appalled by something that has already happened, about which they cannot do ANYTHING because it has ALREADY HAPPENED could chose not to seek out such a story. Putting the detail in the thread title has removed that choice IYSWIM?

Washersaurus Sat 10-Oct-09 23:16:18

So sad, that poor little toddler. Unfortunately, as you wander around Worcester city centre you see quite a few 'mothers' who look just like her, who swear at their little ones and give them a slap etc. I don't understand how people can do it but I think it has a lot to do with family and society - Warndon is not really the nicest part of town...

TrickOrNinks Sun 11-Oct-09 00:08:29

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MillyR Sun 11-Oct-09 14:57:09

I agree with glasjam. I will not click on your link and I resent the choice of title of this thread.

mayorquimby Sun 11-Oct-09 17:58:24

someone will come along soon to tell us that it was her boyfriend who made her do it.

bibbitybobbityCAT Sun 11-Oct-09 18:07:18

Please FGS have a little sensitivity with your thread title! I have reported this thread.

allok Sun 11-Oct-09 19:16:19

Yes, well, you don't know her parents did a bad job on her.

I think I'm a good mum. I think that because I'm kind, considerate, my child has great manners, it well fed, exercised, I educate my lo, ensure fun time, rest time, reading time.Prioritise emotional wellbeing. My lo is lovely to other children. No idea how my lo will turn out as a teenager though.

I wish that mum had been punished more but shit she wasn't - might be down to the gps - might not- YOU don't know. We live in the UK and some of our citizens have seriously bad attitudes towards stuff.

I smoke - not infront of my lo - managed not to smoke when pregnant. Smoking is a serious addiction -doesn't stop me being a good mother - I'm sure that this young woman would have found other ways to abuse her little one had she not smoked.Smoking didn't cause this - abusive parenting did.

NyeEve Sun 11-Oct-09 19:17:36

i dont find the second one shocking rather sadly

TwoIfByScream Sun 11-Oct-09 19:33:48

FFS I think it reasonable to expect some upsetting titles to be In The News. If you don't like them then stay off topic - surely you can't be that sensitive that you would rather ignore such things?

It is horrendous and I do hope that girl has no more children.

bibbitybobbityCAT Sun 11-Oct-09 19:36:36

No I disagree with you TwoIfByScream.

I would go further and say I question the motives of people who want to pick over and discuss child abuse cases on Mumsnet.

What exactly does it achieve?

Just a chance for us to all express our horror. There's nothing more to say really is there?

It is gratuitous.

TwoIfByScream Sun 11-Oct-09 19:39:30

That is true I suppose bibbity, case well put. But again if someone has an upsetting title thread then those who don't like such things could keep away?

DorotheaPlentighoul Sun 11-Oct-09 19:40:20

It is OK if people want or need to express horror but I hate this thread title too, and the thing is you can't just "stay off topic" when it is in active convos.

I always think, oh no, and then my imagination starts up and the it's like I have to read it because it's probably not as bad as I'm imagining it to be. So I read it. And it is almost always worse.

Haven't clicked on this one though. <hides>

bibbitybobbityCAT Sun 11-Oct-09 19:41:28

I don't wish to block all In The News topics from my active convos. Therefore I have already seen it. And possibly my 8 year old dd who could read it if she happend to look at the screen over my shoulder.

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