Are you the same expectant Mother who asked this question last week? If so, I believe we answered your questions. I work in your county, Pinellas, and i explained that they might take this baby if safety is a concern.
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Given the longest run on sentence I have seen on this forum, it is hard to fully understand what it is you are seeking. If you want us to predict whether your baby will be taken, we cannot predict that. There is a high likelihood as safety is of paramount concern.
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As you consented, the State isn't entitled to just take your new baby from you just because the last one was. With that said, you better believe they are going to be keeping a close eye on you and the welfare of the new baby considering the recent events.Ask a similar question
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