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parenting trolling image A Dad Trolled His Partner With Increasingly Outrageous Baby Pictures
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This dad posted his trolling text messages on Facebook with this description:

Tough week. Charlie's mum's maternity leave ended. So the person in our house who prevents fires etc. returned to work..

Whilst I found myself looking after our little boy properly on my own.. Its true to say that as Lyns walked out the door that first morning there was quite a few tears, sobbing, and protest-soiling.. but, in my defence, by lunchtime I had calmed down a bit.

Anyway, to alleviate Lyns' concerns about leaving Charlie in the care of a f*ckwit, I promised to keep in touch...
memes news The Internet Had No Problem Telling This "Identical" Mom and Daughter Apart
Via Mashable
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This mom and daughter are clearly taking inspiration from a viral picture of a young lady, her twin and her mom. No one could tell the difference between the mom and daughters. Apparently the same has been said of Donna Galt and her teenage daughter Mya.


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Although in this case, someone saying it doesn't make it true. But hey, they still got on TV. This was a top story on ITV's 'This Morning' who just can't tell the difference between these two. 


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The overwhelming response looked kind of like this:


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image baby adoption Indiana Just Started Installing Drop Boxes for Parents to Leave Their Babies In
Via wncn
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For the first time ever in Indiana, you can return your new baby to the proper authorities like a video rental (remember those?). America has "safe haven" laws which makes it legal for people to surrender unwanted children, as long as the baby is unharmed and given to the proper authorities or a hospital. 

These climate controlled boxes are meant to allow people to drop off their kid anonymously, knowing that it will be taken care of by emergency services who will arrive within minutes of an automatic alarm. 



It's a controversial issue, with some people questioning how safe it would be to leave a baby in a drop box for several minutes alone. Other people are just glad that babies who might otherwise have been left where they wouldn't get help will be able to have a safe spot to wait for a pickup by a medical professional.