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She should just have done the shake.

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child is probably better off dead than being raised by a nutter like that

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That's really upsetting. Makes you wonder.

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Re: Mother Jumps Eight Stories to Her Death with Her Infant Son Strapped to Her Chest

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PPD is such a tragic and devastating illness I can't feel anything other than sadness or bring myself to pass judgement on these women because of it.
But that first picture is all I need to think she's evil O_O
Look at her eyes
I don't think she was evil so much as mentally unbalanced. Her eyes are just reflecting the flash.
More important is her stress level. She seems to be hiding some real deep issues of self worth. Look at that fake plastered on smile that looks more like a cover up for her stress levels. Her husband seems to be smiling and happy while she seems to look manic, as if she is forcing herself to "make happy".
He also messed up by not recognizing the dangers. But then, most of us have no training and are clueless about what to look for.

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I don't think she was evil so much as mentally unbalanced. Her eyes are just reflecting the flash.
More important is her stress level. She seems to be hiding some real deep issues of self worth. Look at that fake plastered on smile that looks more like a cover up for her stress levels. Her husband seems to be smiling and happy while she seems to look manic, as if she is forcing herself to "make happy".
He also messed up by not recognizing the dangers. But then, most of us have no training and are clueless about what to look for.
I didn't expect anybody to take that comment seriously
I have a very dry, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor. It's something I'm discovering is not always recognized by others and is sometimes misinterpreted as ignorance.
A good thing to bear in mind when you read my posts is if they sound flippant or outrageous, odds are I'm being facetious :)

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Re: Mother Jumps Eight Stories to Her Death with Her Infant Son Strapped to Her Chest

Too many idiots in this thread.

Post natal depression is a serious condition, it can change how the woman thinks completely.

The kid only survived because at that age kids are like jello and can take a fair bit of punishment which would otherwise break someone older.

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I have seen this ploy of the famous "Baby air-bag" safety feature on many adults but never have I witnessed such a diabolical baby!!!!

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Re: Mother Jumps Eight Stories to Her Death with Her Infant Son Strapped to Her Chest

Some people don't use their red eye reduction feature.

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Re: Mother Jumps Eight Stories to Her Death with Her Infant Son Strapped to Her Chest

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I didn't expect anybody to take that comment seriously
I have a very dry, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor. It's something I'm discovering is not always recognized by others and is sometimes misinterpreted as ignorance.
A good thing to bear in mind when you read my posts is if they sound flippant or outrageous, odds are I'm being facetious :)

I didn't get your sense of humor at first. It took me awhile and I can be very sarcastic myself.

As I was told once, tone doesn't always come through as meant in texts/e-mails.

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Re: Mother Jumps Eight Stories to Her Death with Her Infant Son Strapped to Her Chest

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I didn't expect anybody to take that comment seriously
I have a very dry, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor. It's something I'm discovering is not always recognized by others and is sometimes misinterpreted as ignorance.
A good thing to bear in mind when you read my posts is if they sound flippant or outrageous, odds are I'm being facetious :)
Ah, it's cool. Sad she didn't get help and also great her kid lived. Hopefully the Dad can find a great woman to be a stand in Mom. Preferably the non window jumping type.

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