The bodies of an Oregon mother and her 3-year-old son have been recovered together, authorities said, weeks after they went missing and the little boy's father was arrested for murder. Billy's father, Michael John Wolfe, 52, of Gaston, Oregon, was arrested in May and charged with aggravated murder and kidnapping, police said. Karissa Fretwell died from a single gunshot to her head, authorities said, and the death was ruled a homicide. Billy's cause and manner of death are not yet known and require more testing to be determined, authorities said Sunday. Billy's manner of death is expected to be a homicide, Berry said. Karissa Fretwell and Billy were kidnapped the night of May 13, Berry said.
You chill the champagne and light some candles when your husband takes a phone call. You can fix the messy love triangle before your marriage falls apart. If he always rearranges your schedule to squeeze in a visit to his mom, let him know that it bothers you. Your husband must set boundaries with his mother and make you a priority in life. If visits to mom always interrupt your plans, ask him to schedule phones calls and visits ahead of time, and mark them on the calendar. The only rule? These dates are for you and your husband only — no moms allowed.
Mothers around the world say they feel like their children are still a part of them long after they've given birth. As it turns out, that is literally true. During pregnancy, cells from the fetus cross the placenta and enter the mother's body, where they can become part of her tissues. The phenomenon is widespread among mammals, and scientists have proposed a number of theories for how it affects the mother, from better wound healing to higher risk of cancer. Now a team of biologists argues that to really understand what microchimerism does to moms, we need to figure out why it evolved in the first place.
After all, there will come a day and trust me, that day that will come far sooner than you can imagine right now! But the other part of me knows how hard a baby-imposed mommy monopoly can be on both you and on Dad — you because you never get a break, and Dad because he feels unloved by the baby he waited so long to love on. Given a choice, choosy babies choose Mom. That familiarity I know you!