I wanted to hear from the children. We haven’t spoken to the children but we have excerpts from letters written to the children and this is a letter from Sara’s daughter, that was written on March 28, 2018 and I want to share this with you. It says, Mom, ever since I moved in with Grandma and Papa, I have wondered why I’m here and not there. Why I’m living with my grandparents and step family, and not you. Is there something that I’m doing wrong? You were my hero. In my mind, you were my super mom. Until one day I ended up with all of my things in my grandma’s car, waving goodbye. All I want is my old life back. My family back and most of all, my mom back. What do you think about that? It hurts, it hurts a lot. (sniffling)
(sighing) I want to be a good mom. But, my mom thought it was best if she left me. Well your quote was, when my daughter was six I couldn’t handle being a mom, that’s a quote from you. Yeah, it’s hard to be a single mom when you’re a baby yourself. You just said, “It’s because of my mother.” She suggested it. You said, when she was six, you said, I could not handle being a mom. Yeah, it was hard. I would love to be a great mother to them. What are you willing to do to do that? Two weeks ago you were black out drunk. Your son wrote a letter. How I feel about my mom is, I feel weird about it. Also, my sister told me that our mom would never have her clean her room, she never had chores but I don’t really like that, I want to a responsible person but I still really, really, really, really love her so much. I love you Sara, you’re perfect. And you surrendered him when he was how old? Six months old. He says, I still really, really, really, really love her so much. Yeah, and I really really love him so much. And my daughter. Sara, do you feel like you ever bonded with your son, do you feel ever really bonded with him? No, he was six months old when Nathan took him. I mean when he was younger. Nathan didn’t take him, you dropped him off and left him. No, I didn’t.
Yes, you did. Okay I forgot, you’re always right.