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    Quote Originally Posted by askfornina View Post
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    Police now say #AylaReynolds was last seen at 8pm not 10pm Friday night
    3 minutes ago
    ...last seen by whom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNGirl615 View Post
    Also, she did not have a cast as they can't cast a collar bone....
    EXACTLY! The ONLY sling you wear at night if for a shoulder fracture (no cast) or a collarbone/clavicle (also, no cast). A sling on a toddler left alone in bed would be a huge strangulation risk, IMHO (and MHO includes the fact that I am a Pediatric ICU RN)



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    I am stunned that anyone can think it is okay not to check on a child for 11, now 13, hours...no matter how good a sleeper they are, or what their normal patterns are etc...I would NEVER not go check on my cat if I don't see him for a few hours, even if I know he is sleeping soundly in another room...
    Just my opinion, of course.



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    DanielleWaugh Danielle Waugh
    That would mean nearly 13 hours passed between time she was last seen and when she was reported missing
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    DanielleWaugh Danielle Waugh
    I asked how father accounts for those hours, Chief Massey said #AylaReynolds was asleep in her own room
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    DanielleWaugh Danielle Waugh
    Parents names released: mother Trista Reynolds, father Justin DiPietro.
    3 minutes ago

    http://twitter.com/DanielleWaugh
    Last edited by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed; 12-18-2011 at 04:17 PM. Reason: added link



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    Quote Originally Posted by lauriej View Post
    --that's the grandfather, not the father..

    http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/inve...ection=1206833
    Officials Search for Ayla Reynolds

    --interviews with her grandfather, and aunt ( sister of ayla's mom ).
    Thanks...sorry, I really got that wrong....


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    Quote Originally Posted by cluciano63 View Post
    I am stunned that anyone can think it is okay not to check on a child for 11, now 13, hours...no matter how good a sleeper they are, or what their normal patterns are etc...I would NEVER not go check on my cat if I don't see him for a few hours, even if I know he is sleeping soundly in another room...
    A diaper is going to be very wet, and probably seep through onto the mattress before 13 hours. It is odd that she would not be checked before that time,.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cluciano63 View Post
    I am stunned that anyone can think it is okay not to check on a child for 11, now 13, hours...no matter how good a sleeper they are, or what their normal patterns are etc...I would NEVER not go check on my cat if I don't see him for a few hours, even if I know he is sleeping soundly in another room...
    My 20 month old sleeps (and pretty much has since she was 6 months old) from 7 to 7 every night. She would wake up if I tried to check on her, so we don't check on her unless we hear her crying or calling for us. But, we have a monitor and we live in a small apartment in a big city, so we have multiple locks on our doors and we live in a secured building. I don't think it's weird. In fact, I have always been proud of the fact that my daughter sleeps through the night. Pediatricians have always told us that we "hit the goal" as far as sleeping is concerned.

    So, the sleeping thin is not a redflag to me. Not yet anyway...



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    So . . . do the parents live in New York? In googling, I could find facebooks for those two names, in New York.


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    I found JD's FB page easily an hour ago and now I can't...may just be me...
    Just my opinion, of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JeannaT View Post
    So . . . do the parents live in New York? In googling, I could find facebooks for those two names, in New York.
    No, Waterville Maine, and the mother looks to live in Portland maybe. JMO

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    @taggsbouch police did not indicate that anyone checked on her in those hours
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    Quote Originally Posted by cluciano63 View Post
    I found JD's FB page easily an hour ago and now I can't...may just be me...
    I was never able to find it. I searched through LD, ED, and PD fb pages and he's not friends with him. Only I could find was in NY and that's not the one.

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    The only Facebook that I can find for DP is completely private with the frustrating "no more posts to show" on the wall. The one you were able to previously view, did it have as it's profile pick a young man, wearing a white tank top, leaning over, hugging another guy?


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    Now I can't recall what the photo was but it was him for sure, said he lived in Waterville and Trista was a friend on the page. Can't find her now either...
    Just my opinion, of course.


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    http://www.boston.com/news/local/mai...ssing_toddler/

    She was last seen sleeping at about 10 p.m. Friday by a family member.
    Who, exactly?

    Also:

    Police say Ayla was last seen wearing pajamas with polka dots with the words "Daddy's Princess" on them.
    I don't want to sound jaded, but I am starting to see a trend in the clothing all these missing children are last seen in.

    Frustrating! x1000
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