‘Pray for me’: ‘Baby girl’ baby girl at boutique that’s not her
Posted On July 26, 2021
The baby girl in the boutique where baby girl is now being cared for has no identity and no name, says the mother of the baby.
Ms Karyn MacLean said the baby is a girl and her baby name is Emily.
“It’s a little girl who has been brought up with the names Emily and her dad is named John, and she has her own personality, her own feelings,” Ms MacLean told ABC Radio Brisbane.
Ms Maclean said the girl’s parents were very proud of the girl and were hoping to have her back soon.
“We want her back, we want her to come home,” she said.
“And we know that she’s going to have a lot of good memories with her friends, she’s really excited about going back and being a little princess.”
Ms MacLeod said she is a “babies person” and wants to be able to bring her daughter back home to her family.
“I’m a little bit scared at first but I’m confident she will be OK,” she told ABC Brisbane.
Ms MacLeod was told the baby was a “very happy” baby and was “fine”.
“They are very loving and she’s happy,” she added.
“She is very excited and happy.”
They just love to be close to their little girl and they have really good friends and I think she will enjoy her life back here.
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