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FML - The follow-up
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OP here, made an account so I can answer some questions. My sister is 26, I'm 22. We got along pretty good, untill I met and married my husband and started a family. She lives with my parents, and is in a very bad relationship. When I met my husband, my sis tried to get me grounded (!) and tried to convince my parents not to let me see him. She also tried to blackmail me into not seeing him. She was against the marriage, and cried and screamed when she learned I was pregnant, saying I don't deserve what she doesn't have, claiming it won't be special when she has a baby because she wasn't the first to give my parents grandchildren (my parents don't think that way, they'll love every grandchild). My son is a very sweet and charming little guy, he sleeps through the night, is always happy, eats everything, rarely gets sick, crawls,... He's a very easy baby to care for, and everyone loves him and he loves everyone. The plan I found was in a notebook, while helping my parents clean out the attic. It included my husbands workschedule, and the days my son goes to daycare. Also what my son eats and his medical reccord. Her country of choice is Australia. A few days before this discovery, she asked me if she could take my boy to the zoo, alone. I refuses because he had a slight fever, and I'm very happy I did. My son has a kids-ID, my sister isn't allowed to be alone with him anymore, and I alerted the daycare to NEVER let her take him home. When I confronted her, she said it was just a joke, she was just 'messing with her little sister'. The notebook was hidden in a pile of schoolnotes, if we didn't clean the attic, we'd never know. Sorry for the long text, and sorry for my english. Ps: My dad was close to the airport when the bomb went of, but he didn't get hurt. My family and friends are scared and shaken, but safe. We mourn for the victims
By Dnamei / Tuesday 22 March 2016 14:17 / Belgium
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By  Magnoxidans  |  19

Wow. You're in an awful position. Get your son a passport though (KEEP IT SAFE)! They use biometric scanning for all passports and that way, if your sister attempts her plan, you can put a block on the passport and it'll automatically detect anything else your sons fingerprints are associated with (if her plan includes getting a fraudulent passport for him).

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By  Magnoxidans  |  19

Wow. You're in an awful position. Get your son a passport though (KEEP IT SAFE)! They use biometric scanning for all passports and that way, if your sister attempts her plan, you can put a block on the passport and it'll automatically detect anything else your sons fingerprints are associated with (if her plan includes getting a fraudulent passport for him).

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  saxaddict122  |  14

Wow. I would hate to take your child, as you sound like you have "very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like the OPs sister"

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I agree that this is a viable option to keep your kid safe. You shouldn't have more things to worry about, considering what happened today in Belgium. My heart and condolences go out to the victims of the tragedy, and their respective families. Stay safe.

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  superspy3214  |  16

And how does the tragedy in Belgium relate to this??

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  mariri9206  |  32

I so agree with this statement. Definitely get a passport for your kid. When my parents were separated and getting their divorce, my mom was worried my dad would take my sis and I out of the country but you can only have one passport so she made damn sure to get us passports before he did.

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  mariri9206  |  32

30, I'm on mobile and can't see the location but a comment further down states that OP'S location is Belgium and, so, that is how it relates to the tragedy in Belgium. Hope that helps/answers your question!

By  musdesimd  |  18

If u truly think she would do this, u can contact state department and put an alert where if anyone applies for a passport in his name or attempts to take him abroad, u can b alerted.

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  saxaddict122  |  14

Yes, do this but do it the way 4 said to with proper English...

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  pl0xs3rver  |  45

No, it's true and it is definitely a worry. Look at Samantha Fleming, Michelle Wilkins and Angelikque Sutton. Although the last two were fetal abductions where the baby was cut out of them, it is still a very real possibility and it shouldn't be taken lightly at all.

By  sammiaaron  |  16

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Kiernan151  |  25

I don't know about you 18 but I like to just randomly make detailed plans in my free time. Just the other day I made a detailed plan about how to steal my cousins dog including times they are home, times they are gone, when the dog is outside alone, what spots can't be seen from the kitchen windows etc. So there may not have been need of it, but she probably kept it secret because most people find it weird, like my family does.

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