CPS are not doing their job?
I'm disgusted!CPS don't do their job as they have to!I usually walk on the street and in parks and I see fat children,little ones and FAT!Their parents are fattenning them and then they walk with hippopotamuses.CPS are so worried about children's childhood.Well,what a childhood is that?!To be an elephant?If they try to ride a bike,the bike will break!Such parents should be taken in prison for at least a day,to leave the child alone at hme and during that time,noone will fatten him/her and he/she may go out and jogging,maybe will lose at least a pound!
Asked By: Jannet F - 9/3/2006
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I know, if a child is obese they're fine with that, but any underweight child (even if it's just the childs body type) will be taken away. The school always called on my mom because my sister and i are both tall and thin so they though we were starving becasue we looked so much thinner than our class mates. That's just... More
Answered By: isra_and_ismail - 9/3/2006
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you are an idiot
Answered By: aintgivinup79 - 9/3/2006
I see what you are saying. My 2 year old is under weight and they always blame me for not feeding him. LOL. But he eats like a pig. His treats are usually yogurt and applesauce. He has brain damage and has trouble gaining weight. So, CPS loves to blame me for neglect. I think it's neglect to over feed your kid.
Answered By: email@example.com - 9/3/2006
When you have kids answer your own question. you cannot control what your children eat because if you do then CPS will say that you are neglecting them.
Answered By: aecampos30 - 9/3/2006
Try not to be so hypocritical in your views. I mean your concerned yet you voice from a stereotypical standpoint. There is a much graver problem with CPS than weight alone and that is child neglect and abuse. More times than none it is overlooked or the child is placed back into the same enviroment where nothing has... More
Answered By: babyvader5 - 9/3/2006
I see where you are coming from, you are right, it is a form of abuse when a person lets their child eat until they are overweight, and severely overweight. But I have never seen cps take a chlld for being overweight, but I have seen them take a child for being underweight, they like to label the child as failure to... More
Answered By: Nyema - 9/3/2006
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