Her parents were skeptical that her two year old sibling could really be doing this, so they set up a webcam to see what really happened in the night. Here's the proof.
More details at the local news site
- the girl locked her own door to try and keep her brother out, and he's using a pair of nail clippers to pick the lock.
posted by Joh
on Mar 27, 2013 -
The Evan Parker Scott case
bears more than a passing resemblance to the Baby Richard
case of several years ago. Once more, a toddler who barely knows what's going on is being confiscated by the parent who gave him up in the first place. Is the domestic adoption system broken?
posted by u.n. owen
on Dec 27, 2004 -
Swedish toddler, home alone, dies of malnutrition and dehydration
while druggie Mom is in police custody. Two thousand turn out for the funeral, and Switzerland engages in an orgy of national anguish. Anybody think this incident would cause the same kind of soul-searching in the U.S.? Or would Americans shrug it off?
posted by luser
on Jun 21, 2001 -
Training toddlers to compete.
This reminds me of the Dilbert episode where Dogbert holds training sessions for toddlers. I know parents often want to realize themselves through their children, but aren't we going a bit overboard here?
posted by jedrek
on Sep 5, 2000 -