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P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20532 posts
Dec 12th '12

A doctor can determine if he is being abused. Call your lawyer and demand a screening from a therapist. Make your lawyer help you fight---if he's not helping, FIRE his ass and find a new one!

HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20983 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting Hairspray:" Some of you guys really need to settle down. Obviously, she is concerned and trying to do something."

like what? getting on BG?
if your kids told you those things, what would you do?

Iron Man 6 kids; 1 angel baby; 1700 posts
Dec 12th '12

Oh my...That is horrible.



I would first take him into the pediatrician, figure out if something happened. And I'd do it before you have to send him back. Because then you have a reason to keep him home.



And I'd call social services. Right away...Maybe you can keep him from having to go over there until this gets straightened out.



The pole thing is really, really concerning. I'd be going nuts right now.

Hairspray 18 kids; Ohio 7397 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting You're not my demographic:" That doesn't sound right. I've never heard of any court being that non chalant (sp?) about possible abuse of a child."


She never said there was abuse. Just that the girls had to sleep without underwear. The judge isn't going to say they don't have to go because of that.

IOnlyMakeBoys (B.B.M) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Texas 4754 posts
Dec 12th '12

Bring your son to his doctors and let the doctor know what your son told you and have him checked out cps will have to listen if there is evidence and call the police and let them know what was said and have them meet you at the doctors so you can file the report.

HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20983 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting Hairspray:" She never said there was abuse. Just that the girls had to sleep without underwear. The judge isn't going to say they don't have to go because of that."

that would be enough for an investigation.

Brock Obama 1 child; Spain 6372 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting P Pickle Pants:" A doctor can determine if he is being abused. Call your lawyer and demand a screening from a therapist. Make your lawyer help you fight---if he's not helping, FIRE his ass and find a new one!"


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Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
Dec 12th '12

You need to find a Doctor who specializes in sexual abuse of children. A normal Doctor can look the child over, but any evidence that is found can be found inconclusive in court.

10 days till baby comes Due January 25 (girl); 16 kids; Bolt, West Virginia 745 posts
Dec 12th '12

Most definitely get him a pediatric appointment they can ccheck him out and tell if something has occurred. Esp of your little boy acts funny when you go around his parts. And as a mother your job is to protect, so I would not allow your kids to be around that environment until you get to the bottom of it! This is definitely something not normal and it does sound like he is being "messed" with. You can also take him to the ER for an exam and they of course will have cops/CPA start a report and investigation once the docs perform exam. This is very concerning to me as I'm sure it is for you!! Goodluck!

Hairspray 18 kids; Ohio 7397 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting HotMom21ERF:" that would be enough for an investigation."


How so? I don't allow my son to sleep in underwear because they cut into him.

SavageDarling 3 kids; Webster, Massachusetts 10381 posts
Dec 12th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mylittleone's (B.B.M):</b>" Bring your son to his doctors and let the doctor know what your son told you and have him checked out ... [snip!] ... evidence and call the police and let them know what was said and have them meet you at the doctors so you can file the report."</blockquote>



This!! The doctor is a mandated reporter so if they find evidence of abuse you will have a reliable source saying it was happening. And if they do find evidence of abuse, have the police meet you there so they can file a repot immediately before your son has to go back.

Sammi Leigh Due March 27 (girl); 1 child; New Jersey 11 posts
Dec 12th '12

Trust what your children are saying. It happened to me through a babysitter. I was a very damaged child after going through what I went through. I had questionable bruises which did make my parents suspicious, but nothing could really be proven when I finally came out and said something. Take action immediately, get in touch with police, cps, whatever you feel you need to do. The longer you wait, the longer your children may be subjected to abuse.

HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20983 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting Hairspray:" How so? I don't allow my son to sleep in underwear because they cut into him."

hmmmm... making two little girls go to bed without panties on. use your common sense.

mehhhhh Minnesota 368 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting Hairspray:" How so? I don't allow my son to sleep in underwear because they cut into him."


My only concern with it is she said only the girls didn't have to. She didn't mention whether her son did or not. If it was just the girls, that would be cause for an investigation, but if it's all of the kids, I don't see the issue. I wasn't allowed to wear my "big girl undies" at night because my mom was scared I'd pee in them.

Hairspray 18 kids; Ohio 7397 posts
Dec 12th '12
Quoting HotMom21ERF:" hmmmm... making two little girls go to bed without panties on. use your common sense."


My common sense doesn't say that is abuse.