Ohhhhh my mee to.. Nice to know there's somebody else from Topeka here... Or in ks in general so i have a question.. N i don't need any bashing, but do u kn0 wat's the policy on drug testing a baby n if it tests positive for mary jane?? What happens
Im in wichita. I had a friend whose baby tested positive and cps took the baby. It took her 6 months to get her baby back. Its not something that would be a good idea to do while pregnant and/or breast feeding. Think of the health of your child. I know it ***** to quit something ( I have to quit smoking cigs.... its hell) but you dont want to risk the well being of your baby.
Im in topeka and I'm a drinker I still want a drink everyday I was even doin it while at work but the day I found out I was pregnant I threw all the alcohol out. Nothing is worth the safety of my kids or risk of having someone take them
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