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Right now I'm living with some people that are involved with the Department of Child Services. The father got his daughter taken away due to drug use. He is trying to quit the drugs to get his daughter back before his rights are terminated. His mother is not clean either, but his father is. His daughter is in foster care right now. I'm currently pregnant and due in the end of December. Can they take away my newborn while I'm living in this house since the household is involved with that case? I am clean and intend on staying that way, but I'm afraid that if I can't find another place to live that they'll take my child away too. Since there's different laws for different states I have to state that I live in Indiana. Thank you in advance.5 AnswersNewborn & Baby8 years ago
If my fiance loses his parental rights and custody of his daughter before the child is born? My mother says that they won't let you have another child in that household, but I don't see how they could do this if we're doing everything right.8 AnswersNewborn & Baby8 years ago
My step dad lowered the idle speed on my 1996 Grand Am SE V6 3100, and I was wondering how many RPMs the car should run at while idling. The car has trouble starting now on its own and it normally has to be revved up for a few seconds and slowly let off of before it'll run on its own. It never did this before he decided to change the idle speed on it without asking me.1 AnswerPontiac9 years ago
She's only 2 years old, and I think she needs to start going to bed at a decent time.
Aren't 2 year olds supposed to have guidelines and rules and bed times? If they don't, isn't it hard to get them into a routine when they start school?
It's 11:30p.m. and I think that's too late for a 2 year old to be up. Any other 2 year old I know goes to bed by 8 or 9.
Any suggestions on what to do?6 AnswersToddler & Preschooler9 years ago