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No offense to anyone but I think if I had someone else's baby they would want them back, so the thought that if another mom knowing she accidently had mine then didn't even say anything is horrible. I know everyone has bonded but if it's not your child why would you want to keep someone's else's baby? I guess this is just me but if I got my baby back and the other mom asked to stay in touch I would find it weird, because it's only been a couple of months not years. It's not like I'm doing a switch a roo with a ten year old.
Funny this was brought up. OUr hospital has very strict baby rules now. As soon as they are born the first thing they do is put a bracelet on their wrist and ankle that has a number on it and then a matching one on mother and father, anytime they take the baby to nursery for the DR to examine or you go to get the baby you have to read that number. When we were being discharged we had to sign a paper stating that this is our child and that by law hes our child and the hospital cant be sued if there was a mix-up etc. I know Isaiah is DH's at least...not to many big square headed people walking the earth lol. If he was switched at birth I honestly don't think I could ever give him up, he is my life.