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Discussion in 'Adoption' started by Name, Nov 3, 2013.

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  1. Name

    Name Law Topic Starter New Member

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    If I had my children taking away by CPS for drugs and now Im clean and have been for 6+ years and I was to have another child would that one get taken away as well?
     
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    There is no way a stranger on the internet can assure of that if you BREED again, you'll keep the child.

    Heck, there is no way a stranger would know if you're capable of BREEDING.

    I suggest you speak with the authorities directly and ask them those questions.

    Children aren't pets or toys.

    Think about that.

    If you're interested in companionship, have you considered a nice puppy, a goat, a donkey, a parakeet, a lamb, a cat, a rabbit, or "Perfect Polly"?

    https://www.perfectpollypet.com/

    PERFECT POLLY makes a great companion, makes no mess to be cleaned, quiets down upon command, has no foul odor, and chirps beautiful music.
     
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    I think I will buy a couple and put them in cages for my cats.
     
  4. CdwJava

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    Absent good cause to remove this new child, no. But, being clean and sober doesn't mean you are in a position to properly care for a child. Do you have a job? A place to live? A healthy relationship with the father who will stay around and preferably marry you?

    Breeding simply because you can is not necessarily the best thing for you or the child.
     

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