Well, gosh, crack ho's, I didn't know you were going to take it so personally or I would have just kept my fingers still. I don't know much about the case. It's not been that long since the child went missing. I'm busy right now and don't have time to devote to watching every word on it. But to date, I haven't seen the parents arrested or accused of a crime involving this disappearance, so I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt in that I don't want to add to their grief, no matter HOW negligent their holiday habits with their children were. If the child hadn't gone missing, no one would be condemning these parents for anything, as we'd never have heard of them. Since other parents were also doing the same thing, no matter where they worked, I doubt that any of them actually THOUGHT, OH, think I'll put my children at risk and see if they survive. I get the impression that some here want the parents to be drawn-and-quartered because their actions ended in the child missing. I, too, feel for the child. But in the end, unless you think the PARENTS did something to the child, it's just like accusing a RAPE victim of dressing too provocatively, thereby "asking for it": THE PERP IS THE CRIMINAL HERE, not the victims. I guess it's my victim advocacy training, but I'm not going to blame the victim, sorry. Of course these parents made a huge mistake. I don't think they need ANYONE to tell them that now. I guess what I'm saying is that I don't think what the parents did was DESERVING of having their child snatched, no matter how slack their parenting skills appear to us, so I'll just pray for a miracle that they find the child well and healthy soon. Now, I'm out. Love ya', and pass the crack!