3 year old Kentucky toddler found alive

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SpoonJuly

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I am thankful, but can not comprehend parents being so careless.
The parents need to be taken behind the wood shed in my opinion.
 

shittim

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kids can wander off, it happens , I wouldn't blame.
I'm staying in gratitude for our G-d who showed himself strong in bringing this precious child back, and for the searcher who would not give up, sounds like the angels protected him from exposure in the cold and wet.
Thank you Jesus
 

1ofthem

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I don't get it:unsure: but then again, I'm a little dense and have never been good at math...........
You made a typo and put angles instead of angels...lol

I've done it before too...:)
 

1ofthem

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This really was a miracle...I'm from KY too a few hours from where the little boy was found. I don't know if I would even be able to make it in these mountains for three days. The terrain is very steep and rough. It was also pretty cold here for the days he was lost.

So I know the Lord sure watched over that little guy.
 

Godsgirl83

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You made a typo and put angles instead of angels...lol

I've done it before too...:)

Oh BOY! IS my face red:oops: And no one wanted to put the spelling reaction up huh? Won't let me do it to myself, lol. sometime I don't like spell check, b/c if it's correct spelling of A WORD it won't correct for you. I wish it would check the context of whats being typed THEN catch the boo-boos. oh well.
 

1ofthem

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Oh BOY! IS my face red:oops: And no one wanted to put the spelling reaction up huh? Won't let me do it to myself, lol. sometime I don't like spell check, b/c if it's correct spelling of A WORD it won't correct for you. I wish it would check the context of whats being typed THEN catch the boo-boos. oh well.
We all knew what you meant...No need to worry about...We've probably all done it before...lol

I hate using my phone because it just puts whatever it wants in and most of the time I can't even read what I texted someone...lol
 

Godsgirl83

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We all knew what you meant...No need to worry about...We've probably all done it before...lol

I hate using my phone because it just puts whatever it wants in and most of the time I can't even read what I texted someone...lol
That's what's scary....................
:eek:
you knew what I meant
 
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I apologize for derailing the thread...I am glad this child was found! As a mother, losing one of my children would drive me mad. I just can't imagine how difficult that must have been for the parents and child!
 
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Also, I don't mean to be negative but the fire department assistant chief seemed to show more emotion about the 2-year-old being lost and found than the father. The dad said he was "Tickled to death" that his son was found "Best thing that ever happened" to him.
I know guys tend to not be as...emotional...as women, but I expected something more from him. I mean, the assistant chief...a male stranger... CRIED.
Is it just me, or does it seem like the dad just wasn't as, um, concerned? Or is it just the way this article was reported?
 

shittim

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Perhaps dad's faith and trust in G-d was such that he feared not, and that he knew from his faith walk that his prayers were fervent and effectual.
Perhaps also he was experiencing the peace that passes understanding that Christ alone can give and he was given the guidance from Holy Spirit the son would be ok.
 

1ofthem

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Also, I don't mean to be negative but the fire department assistant chief seemed to show more emotion about the 2-year-old being lost and found than the father. The dad said he was "Tickled to death" that his son was found "Best thing that ever happened" to him.
I know guys tend to not be as...emotional...as women, but I expected something more from him. I mean, the assistant chief...a male stranger... CRIED.
Is it just me, or does it seem like the dad just wasn't as, um, concerned? Or is it just the way this article was reported?
I also wondered why the dad wasn't out looking for him. If it would have been my child, then there is no way I would have been sitting at home.

The KY State Police is still investigating, and I am interested in learning what their findings will be. It is strange that a child that age just walked out into the mountains alone. Where were his parents and why were they not watching him? Or worse yet did someone take him out there and leave him? I don't know, but it sounds a little strange to me.