Community Tard Baby General (includes brain dead kids) - Fundies and their genetic Fuckups; Parents of corpses in denial

booklover

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Me neither, especially considering how easily hyrdocephalus and its severity can be detected by looking at lateral ventricle size. It would have been possible as early as 15 weeks to know that your baby has no brain and their skull is filling with an increasing volume of spinal fluid.
This is a condition that can sometimes be treated with fetal surgery. Spina bifida and some urinary-tract defects can also be treated that way. In short, the baby is part way delivered by a uterine incision, but left attached to the cord, and they operate on the baby. The mother has to stay in bed for the rest of the pregnancy, and the baby delivered by Cesarean section, but over the past 30 or 40 years, this procedure has led to many children with an improved quality of life.

Once in a while, the baby delivers itself, and if it starts breathing, they have to cut the cord and often let nature take its course. This is a risk parents know going into it.

She's exaggerating. There's been cases where people were drowning in absolutely frigid water and thus came out of 10 ish minutes without oxygen without brain damage. Kids in the same circumstance likely gain a few more minutes due to size and resilience.

32 minutes is absolutely fucking impossible.
I wonder if those 32 minutes, if that really happened, was done with induced hypothermia (lowering the body temperatures) and/or putting her on a heart/lung machine.

As for her son being healed of brain cancer, I definitely call BS on that one. He never had it in the first place.
 

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This is a condition that can sometimes be treated with fetal surgery. Spina bifida and some urinary-tract defects can also be treated that way. In short, the baby is part way delivered by a uterine incision, but left attached to the cord, and they operate on the baby. The mother has to stay in bed for the rest of the pregnancy, and the baby delivered by Cesarean section, but over the past 30 or 40 years, this procedure has led to many children with an improved quality of life.

Once in a while, the baby delivers itself, and if it starts breathing, they have to cut the cord and often let nature take its course. This is a risk parents know going into it.



I wonder if those 32 minutes, if that really happened, was done with induced hypothermia (lowering the body temperatures) and/or putting her on a heart/lung machine.

As for her son being healed of brain cancer, I definitely call BS on that one. He never had it in the first place.
Niko did have brain cancer and even had a Make A Wish trip granted for his dx, but we know mommy likes to exaggerate. IEven reading these posts, you can see she is all over the place about his diagnosis and prognosis.



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GenociderSyo

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Niko did have brain cancer and even had a Make A Wish trip granted for his dx, but we know mommy likes to exaggerate. IEven reading these posts, you can see she is all over the place about his diagnosis and prognosis.



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They require a physican's referral of diagnose. It's not enough for the mother to give them one. Guess she was shopping before hand as well for diagnosises.
 

Bananasaurus

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Regarding the infamous 32 minutes without oxygen story... Definitely either deliberately exaggerated by Kelly, or she just didn't understand what the doctors told her. Kayli had the heart attack at the hospital after open heart surgery, which means medical professionals could intervene straight away. It's not like they found her face down in a pool at their remote family home in buttfuck nowhere and they had to wait half an hour for an ambulance to get to them. Do you really think medical professionals would NOT administer any oxygen to a child in cardiac arrest? At a hospital where they have access to all the tools they could possibly need to save her life?

Kelly is the type of person who hears what she wants to hear. Her blog is full of entries where she claims she was able to educate even specialists on certain issues, or she describes how she argued with doctors who did not tell her what she wanted to hear. I wouldn't be surprised if she heard a doctor say Kayli wasn't breathing for 32 minutes and she interpreted it as her having survived three times longer without oxygen than is humanly possible, because her child is a miracle worker and the second coming of Christ.
 
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Mom in a group I belong to showing off her horror show of a kid. She put him on TikTok too.View attachment 1397602
Oh another fucking Gwen Hartley, dressing up her monstrously deformed kid in stupid ass fucking outfits that can't possibly be comfortable. If that's just a deformity like amniotic band or something, he's aware of what's going on.
 

AngelOfNoMercy

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Oh another fucking Gwen Hartley, dressing up her monstrously deformed kid in stupid ass fucking outfits that can't possibly be comfortable. If that's just a deformity like amniotic band or something, he's aware of what's going on.
It is amniotic band and at least one other issue. All of which she was aware of before he was born. Poor kid is only four months old. He doesn't need to be all dressed up for photos. He doesn't need to be posted on TikTok either. I hate moms like this.
 

Cold Waffle

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The comments (which are actually on) are gushing that the childs a genius... because he "hummed" twinkle twinkle little star.....
I'm not sure about the whole genius bit, but he does seem like he might not be 100% potato. Mom could be doing a lot more for him language-wise. He just sort of grunts and giggles, which is cute if you're a baby, but he's nearing three. There are babies who can communicate better with rudimentary sign language (things like more, eat, drink, done, play, etc.). His facial features are pretty reminiscent of Downs Syndrome, so I bet his capacity for learning is in the same ballpark.