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Evidently the baby drowned in the pool and the mom threw him in the trash where he was taken to the county landfill. It took almost a month to find him.

What I want to know is if I can put him in my family tree and adopt him for the next life?

Sorry I can't post a link I'm on my phone.

 

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1 hour ago, rodheadlee said:

What I want to know is if I can put him in my family tree and adopt him for the next life?

Nope!

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43 minutes ago, gav said:

Nope!

Okay.  Well, will you at least sic your pet cobra on whomever is responsible for this monstrous tragedy?

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14 hours ago, rodheadlee said:

Evidently the baby drowned in the pool and the mom threw him in the trash where he was taken to the county landfill. It took almost a month to find him.

What I want to know is if I can put him in my family tree and adopt him for the next life?

Sorry I can't post a link I'm on my phone.

 

Most likely not. Though I have known of exceptions to the rules on sealings, the dead person has always had a connection of some kind to live person when it happened.  

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It is a lovely idea.  Why not add it to your prayers or at least offer your availability to God if others of his current family members can’t step up.   While I don’t believe relationships will likely work so closely to the way they work now, no doubt God understands your intent and can make any needed adjustments to fit your desires to the reality of life in heaven.

If heaven is like we teach, there will be nothing stopping you from being there with him as fully as you both desire even if a father son relationship isn’t established as he is already in your family as your brother.

I am very grateful I can think of this child as now being surrounded by loving others who may have even been fighting over who could hug him first they were so focused on helping him feel loved and wanted.

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That's so heartbreaking. :(

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2 hours ago, Rain said:

Most likely not. Though I have known of exceptions to the rules on sealings, but the dead person has always had a connection of some kind to live person when it happened.  

That's true but 3 of the female family members were out partying while law enforcement were looking for the child.  Thank you for pointing that out to me. 

 

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17 minutes ago, rodheadlee said:

That's true but 3 of the female family members were out partying while law enforcement were looking for the child.  Thank you for pointing that out to me. 

 

Reading or hearing about things like this make me afraid what is happening out there.

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12 hours ago, rodheadlee said:

Evidently the baby drowned in the pool and the mom threw him in the trash where he was taken to the county landfill. It took almost a month to find him.

What I want to know is if I can put him in my family tree and adopt him for the next life?

Sorry I can't post a link I'm on my phone.

 

Drowned at 1 equals one way ticket but will still need to grow to adulthood in the millenium, will require parenting then. Not sure how that will work in circumstances like this one. Perhaps mom would have turned over a leaf by then?

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9 hours ago, Kenngo1969 said:

Okay.  Well, will you at least sic your pet cobra on whomever is responsible for this monstrous tragedy?

Cobras are like some teenagers, they don't listen!

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3 hours ago, rodheadlee said:

That's true but 3 of the female family members were out partying while law enforcement were looking for the child.  Thank you for pointing that out to me. 

 

One exception that I know of was parents sealed to their adopted daughters.  It was discovered that the daughters had a third sister who was killed by their former parents.  The new parents were able to seal the third sister to them when were they sealed to their adopted daughters. 

So the adopted parents had no biological connection to the third daughter, but they were connected through her sisters.

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