The Ones Who Never Leave Me: Baby Boy of Twenty-Four Months
Heather Nann

I literally just lost my dinner. I cannot stomach this kind of evil. Poor little man. It is a sad and scary world we have created for ourselves when a baby boy is safer dead than he was alive.

Ugh. I look at my little boy and this makes me cry.

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