March 27, 2017: A #Nebraska teenager plead guilty to murdering her #premature baby girl. The 16 year old tossed the newborn out a second story window to its death. And her punishment – is that a #judge ordered her to delete her #Facebook account. That’s right – the murderous mom will not spend a day in jail.
The 16 year old, was instead ordered to delete her #Facebook account, live in a group home, start individual and family therapy and perform 50 hours of community service. The teen was also placed on probation.
According to the outlet, the #judge wanted the teen to get rid of her Facebook because the #crime has led to people from around the country leaving her negative comments.
Tänk att ett helt år har gått sedan du blev tvungen att komma ur magen i bara vecka 28 älskade unge, vad glad jag är att allt har gått så bra, att vi får uppleva ett år tillsammans
Gladare och vildare unge får man leta efter! GRATTIS ÄLSKSDE LILLA VILGOT #premature#vecka28#happybirthday#1årsdag
#TherapyTipTuesday! Crawling helps with brain development as well as physical and cognitive abilities. It results in progression to master body control and coordination. It is important to help children with earlier stimulation and floor time. It helps with spatial sense and perception. It is important to integrate senses early on and to learn how to visually cross midline. Propioception and vision are integrated.
The video shows how to progress children to control movement in changing environments from carpet to matt and climbing obtacles to prepare for the next milestone. You could create the same movements for the children despite the limitation. Refer to the crawling tips in the previous tips on our Facebook page for more!
So proud of my little man and the progress he has made thus far. I've never felt anger towards the doctor who once pulled me aside and explained that Harry wouldn't make it through the birth process, he wasn't to know what I knew... I knew you before you were born, and you're everything I ever imagined you would be. I've never stopped believing in you, I never will. #Premature#Son#Walking#Grandparents
3.28.17 Having a micro-preemie has changed me in ways I can't put words to. I notice that I've become super sensitive to the 'harmless' things we say, that could perhaps be bittersweet for some families. For example, I think all mommas find themselves pleading for their babies to stay little. I have pleaded with time, myself. But sometime last week, when we weighed Richie and realized that his rapid growth has slowed down (not a bad thing!) I had this sudden overwhelming sense of empathy for families whose littlest ones actually DO stay little. And you know what? It's not such a wonderful thing. It's scary and stressful and not at all the thing mommas really want. We want healthy BIG babies, no? I think that, when we plead for our babies to stop growing up, what we're really doing is begging ourselves to slow down. Slow down and enjoy the moment. Capture it in our memory and in our senses and never forget how their tiny hands feel wrapped around our fingers or how their cheeks fit snugly against our collar bones. I think we aren't begging for our babies to stay little, but for our own ability to cherish the littleness while we have it, because deep down, we also can't wait for it to be gone. For me, a huge part of my memory comes from photos, and I am so thankful to have such talented friends who help me remember my sweet, littlest little baby. Thank you @charliejulietphotography for keeping this moment in my memory.