My heart hopes against hope for the little girl's sake that she's alright but my head is a bit less optimistic.I do have to say that I'm finding it hard to feel sorry for the parents. We've both got kids... would you leave your little girl in one building then go off to a restaurant in another building however close? What if there was a fire or something else??!Imagine it happened in the UK and the parents left the kids sleeping and went across the street to their neighbours house for an hour or two... I'd bet the social services may have something to say in that scenario.It may not be the nicest thing in the world to criticise the parents at this time but it's what i'm thinking.
Hey, it's very easy to point fingers. We've all made mistakes. The restaurant was only 50 yards away. 50 yards is not far at all, in some houses, you can be more than 50 yards from each other. But, put that aside, we've all made mistakes. Even with our kids. Most of the time, we didn't have to pay for them. These guys may have to live with the memory that they left their daughter alone, and she was taken, for the rest of their lives.Anyway, I feel the girl was targeted. If that was the case, they could have been right next to her, and once the people who wanted her got their chance, she would have still been taken.
I agree with you Boso, that they would have taken her under any circumstance. I don't think that parents did anything wrong - the kids were fast asleep, nearby, and being checked up on every now and again.Unfortunately, there are some very sick people in this world. I'm praying that this will have a happy ending though.x
Even though am not a parent I still can hardly begin to imagine what the parents are going through I just want to express my heartfelt wishes to the family...its truly horrible and as pandy said..sadly there are very very sick people in this world!!Children are the most precious of lives and I cannot even begin to understand the pain anguish and helplessness of the family....god help them and give them strength...with prayers in my heart and soul..
I've had this 'class' argument too many times in the last few weeks to have it again. Whether or not they are getting exposure because they're middle class, is it really that bad? That little girl didn't choose where she was born into, and she certainly didn't choose what would happen to her.We've already agreed that while leaving them in the apartment, was not a good idea, I'm pretty sure they weren't the only people there that did it. There's no need to crucify them, they made a mistake, and they'll be the first to admit it.