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    Default At a loss what should I do

    The baby can't defend himself. His mother isn't defending him. Someone needs to. Report it, and follow up. I reported some old neighbours once, and never saw anything happen. They eventually moved and I always wonder what happened to that little girl.

    The maternal grandparents sound supportive. They will more than likely recieve custody.

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    Report them, if they've been warned before, she knows full well what the consequences of her actions are and yet she still continues.
    The #1 priority is the safety of that innocent baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smurfberrylizard View Post
    Report for the babys sake
    Yep this, 100%

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    I guess that get parents haven't called docs to try stay on her good side can anyone give me the contact for docs in Nsw ?

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    132111.. Docs. Call them now. id also be calling the police without a second thought. Make sure you tell them both everything you know..abuse and drugs etc. its terrible taking the baby away from its mum but it sounds like in this situation it may be for the best..for both mum and bubs

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    132 111 That's the 24/7 number. Don't be vague, make sure to give them as much info as you can.

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    I would be calling docs, no doubt. Maybe the best thing is for the baby to be removed short term. If she does leave him they will give her the baby back.

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    Please report.

    We had people who lived across the road a few years ago like this. It's horrible, not only knowing that she was beaten but that bub was in the house. We always called the police and made sure they knew a baby was in the house. A child safety officer came out with the police once and warned them bub would be placed in foster care. The last straw was when he chased her to their neighbours, with him holding bub (about 8 months then) and beat her with a cane chair. Bub was removed that day.

    The reason I'm sharing this is pretty much to let you know I understand how it feels to be on the outside feeling helpless. Our old neighbours moved not long after that and we don't know what has happened since but we did what we could.

    Just know that you calling and reporting is helping bub and also may help save mum.

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    Thanks I called and reported my concerns told them everything and the case worker lady I spoke to yoke me there was already an open case at the local child protection office for the baby and they would add my concerns to the file & follow up
    so looks like I'm not the only one concerned enough to report. Hopefully something will get done if hate for anything to happen to the baby
    And pp glad to have support from Soneone else who's been in similar situation it's so hard I fear they will turn violent against me my kids DP or animals if they knew it was me who made report

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    Well done! You did the right thing! It's great others have reported it also, it makes the case stronger, keep us updates! I hope that little bub and the mum find a safe and happy place


 

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