Friday, December 20, 2019

Blind Item #5

This former Teen Mom and her ex got wasted and didn't notice a child wandering out of the house in the middle of the night. A neighbor came over with the child and found the pair passed out. At noon. 

23 comments:

MontanaMarriott said...

Jenelle and David?

Tricia13 said...

Jenelle/David?

Clur said...

for sure Janelle. she's a mess right now

cheesegrater15 said...

Too bad they both didn't OD. Her income must be spent on 90% drugs, 8% lawyers' fees, 2% groceries and normal bills.

Guesser said...

So the neighbor had the kid all night,until noon? Should have called them, if they didn't show immediately call the police. Still can.

Rosie riveter said...

The kids would be better off if the parents OD and they go into loving homes. Damage has been done very early.. by 2 years old if loving care and bonding has not happened it very likely wont.. then another generation of this cycle of neglect and disfunction.
Love your children people; if you don't have your own.. Love the others who need it.

sandybrook said...

Nah @guesser I think she found the kid out wandering by themself and brought him back instead of calling the cops.

J said...

Kid's doomed.

You'd think the teen mom would at least turn over parenting duties to a cell phone, like one of our commenters here does.

Somehow doing that isn't "neglecting" them.

Topsy said...

Jenelle and Nathan. They've been "getting along" recently.

Troy Dyer said...

My dad and his new wife?

momo said...

Hmmm. DOesn't sound good but may I share a story? I was alone with two toddlers, circa 93 or so. We lived in a lovely neighborhood and every time I needed something from the store fast I would walk with my children to this corner store in my neighborhood. So I wake up on MOTHER'S day at about 8 am and I realize the front door is open and my daughter is GONE! I run out of the house and the neighbors, a very large hispanic family, are sitting on their porch. I said MY DAUGHTER? DID you see her? They said she went around the corner and said she was going to the store!!! I said she is 3 years old>!> Then I see her, coming around the corner in her best dress, inside out, with a sack full of blow pops. SHE took the MONEY from my purse before she went on her mission.

ANYWAY I can not judge anyone. My son also escaped from his pre K with his best friend. They were playing in the parking lot before anyone realized they we3re missing.

J said...

I like drinking, so I don't have kids.

Unknown said...

@Topsy agree 100%, and he's well known for his love of getting wasted, as is she.

Topsy said...

Yup. These poor kids are doomed.

SarcasticBimbo said...

I was showering once and my 3-4 year old son got our deck door open and decided to go down to the creek an play. When I got there he was covered in mud and about to fall in. I kept a stick between the door that slides and the wall, but he took it out and just went to his potential doom. I got a stick and had them cut it about 1/4 inch longer so I could jam it in there up high so he couldn't reach it. Scared the crap out of me.

TeeHee@U said...

I drove my parents insane when I was toddler. I LOVED water. I got away from my parents 2x and almost drowned both times. My parents thought I was home safe in my room. I was not. My poor parents.

Yes. I was the reason for the warning signs about children and water.


Point is....you. can do everything right as a parent and plan out everything, but, they can be hardheaded children and get away from you.

I neither know nor care about Teen Moms or its "stars," but, if any parent out there is reading. this (as a couple commentators above), and you turned. your back for a couple seconds..and your child got away...it is normal. Scary, but, normal.

momo said...

TeeHee, weird story. I had a babysitter for my children that I knew very well. She was a student worker at the college where I worked. I say that because I know she wasn't crazy or flaky. So she had this family she worked for and the child, about two years old, kept getting out of the house and into the pool, and he couldn't swim. The last time she worked for them, because her schedule changed, the child got into the pool again. She got him out and he said ... say her name was Becky... he said It's my time Becky.

Fast forward about a week later, the nanny they hired to replace her left the boy in the car while she was playing video poker. It chilled me then, and still, that this little boy said it was his time to go... Who really knows?

momo said...

Oh I meant to say the boy died in the car while she played video poker. I don't know if that was implied or not.

TeeHee@U said...

Oh my goodness @momo. That is horrifying. Sounds like the new nanny did not know the child and his quirks the way the old nanny did. Poor parents/ child/ everyone involved. The guilt I am sure they feel would eat most people alive. Hope peace was/ is found all around. :( <3

SlimKeith said...

Geez Momo, what a terrible story! Of course that would freak you the hell out. Wow, that gave me the chills, it's 4:00am and my insomnia kicked in, it's so quiet and creepy at this hour, I get spooked easily!

Guesser said...

I should note,Jennelle and dog killer should not be around any children anyway. The kid is probably safer playing in traffic.

momo said...

Slim and Tee, When the former nanny that worked for me told me the story my hair on my arms stood up... It was all in the news when the boy died in the car, and I had already heard about his pool thing. Really made me think we all have a time. If it's not our time, we don't go. This doesn't bring me solace though as I have always had a fear of being maimed. But nevermind that. Didn't want to be dark.

jkayaya said...

My cousin took off down the very long street to a hamburger stand when she was 3. We all thought it was funny 30 years ago. Now it's too dangerous.

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