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Reyes charged with beating & abandoning 1 month old

Teacher charged with assaulting her infant

 

Tamara Reyes

 

Local news stories painted a slightly different picture of Tamara Reyes.  The 37 year old was on maternity leave from Memorial High School when she snapped and dropped her newborn off at her local middle school.

The news reported that on June 10th a 28 day old girl with minor bruises was abandoned on the Weehawken middle school steps.  It sounds like someone was attempting to use the safe haven act to their benefit which would have been almost commendable.

In reality Tamara Reyes of Weehawken New Jersey, the now former special ed teacher at memorial high school in New Jersey ‘may have’ thrown her newborn from the car before driving off .  She left her baby bleeding, crying and laying face down a hot side walk, in 90 degree heat.  A short time before that her colleagues had given the heartless bitch a baby shower.

The mother to a student in the middle school found the baby, scooped her up and brought her to the nurse.  The police were called.

I say ‘may have’ because it has not been determined if Tamara beat the baby or simply tossed her from the car.  The injuries were reported to have been consistent with being tossed from the car though.

The police pulled over Tamara where she confessed to what she had just done, one news report said that she admitted “I just killed my baby! “.

Tamara waste of air Reyes, 37, was charged with aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child and child abuse only hours after she was released from a Jersey Hospital where she received a psychological evaluation.

She is now sucking up the local taxes in the Hudson county correctional center while awaiting trial.

The little girl, known as K.R. had a fractured skull and broken bones.  She was listed in critical condition and has since had a host of surgeries.  She is doing better but she is still fighting for her little life and still is listed in guarded condition.

By the way, what Tamara did was criminal at best.  The Safe Haven Act does NOT punish parents for leaving any child at a hospital, fire station, ect…  If you do not wish to parent a child or can not for any reason then it’s still an option.

 

***A special thanks to itsmesg2003 for the write up!!***

 

 

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  1. She clearly was and is suffering from depression. I’m not in any way saying what she did was ok or that she should not have to pay the price for it, But I can tell you that as a mother of three I have suffered from ppd. I had it with all three of my boys. After my oldest son was born I had some pretty dark thoughts. When my second child was born I didn’t bond with him, and my third I was depressed throughout my pregnancy. My children are 9,5 and 3 months old. I feel sorry for her. I can identify with how lost and desperate she must have felt. I’m so thankfull that I have had a wonderful support systemand NEVER acted on how I felt AT THE MOMENT. I feel deeply sorry for HER and her CHILD.

  2. PPD is awful, I have 3 kids also and although i think at one point I may have been clinicly insane due to lack of sleep at some point, I never thought about hurting my kids. I thought about asking thier grandparents to baby sit for the night and feeding them formula just for one solid night sleep and relaxation. I thought about the days before kids but then snapped back into reality once i realized that this little being who didnt ask to be born, needed me to survive.

    It’s called mothering. If you can not mother a child then the next best thing is to give the baby to someone who can, even if it’s just for one night.
    A support system is something you build, one way or another.

    I CANT feel sorry for HER, to do so would mean that I think what she did was normal. It’s not. It was criminal.
    She tossed her child onto the concrete and then left the child to cry and die a agonizing death ( which the little fighter didnt) had anyone seen that child they would have wanted to scoop her up and save her. which thankfully someone did because that is a mothering instinct.

    Tamara didn’t want to be away from her baby to get a  moment of peace, a night of sleep or a day with out breast feeding. She wanted her daughter to be gone forever and she didnt want anyone else to have her.
    That makes her a selfish, cruel heartless c***.
    Oh and BTW the hospital determined she did NOT have PPD. No sympathy here.

  3. Well I’m glad that you never had to go through ppd and from the sound of your response you are a saint. when my first son (who is now 9) was born I should have been locked up for even having those thoughts! Does that mean that 9 years later I’m unable to parent because I lack a “mothering” instinct” NO. I can tell you that when I got pregnant with him I had no idea that I would suffer the way I did, with my second child I had been seeing my Dr. , talking with my huband and family and when he was born even with everything in place I still had a hard time. I’m so glad that now he is a well adjusted 5 yearold, and yes every new mother goes through the sleepless nights and feeling overwhelmed by the new role you have just taken on, now maginify those feelings 100x and that is ppd. Everything you think is crazy EVERYTTHING.

    I did see the last of what you wrote and she didn’t have ppd, so my rant doesn’t  apply to her, but I still feel sorry for her and her child and that just makes me human.

    1. While I don’t deny that ppd is difficult, saying it makes the role of new mother a 100x harder is ridiculous. And I have to ask… how would you know? If you have had ppd with all 3 of your babies, you don’t have a normal “new mother” experience with which to compare.
      I’m not attacking you. I have 4 kids and after the 3rd, I didn’t “feel right”. I was terrified, couldn’t sleep, and not just because of a crying newborn. I was afraid someone was going to hurt, kidnap, or murder my baby. If I wasn’t constantly watching, something horrible was going to happen. I didn’t trust family or friends. I even chastised my husband for telling friends we ran into, where we moved because the wife had mentioned they were trying to conceive. I just knew they would come and steal my baby. One day in the grocery store, I turned around to put cereal in the cart, when I saw a woman starting to walk away with my stroller. I threw the cereal in the floor and ran up, ready to rip her apart, when I realized, my baby was in her carseat, in the cart, just where I had left her. I also realized, that it wasn’t normal “new mommy fears” and called the doctor.

      While, I didn’t have any thoughts about hurting myself or my baby, I felt crazy just the same. Without a doubt, I felt crazy with the other 3, but for the same reasons Itsmesg2003 described… no sleep, stress, a new little one. But the 3rd was just… a different crazy. Not harder, just different.

      I never bought into the whole “hormones” thing, considering myself too strong and “above that”, until I heard “logical me” tell “crazy me” that I needed some help before I murdered someone for having the same stroller as me. So, no, I don’t feel you should’ve been locked up for dark thoughts. However, again no offense intended, in my opinion, after the first dark thought, you should not have been left home alone with your baby. (Don’t even get me started on the scumbag husband of Andrea Yates. His ass should be in jail.)  Someone should have been there with you, at all times… just in case. 
       
      If that seems unfair… reread your original comment. “I can identify with how lost and desperate she must have felt. I’m so thankfull that I have had a wonderful support systemand NEVER acted on how I felt AT THE MOMENT. I feel deeply sorry for HER and her CHILD.” How can anyone know the difference between a mother with dark thoughts and a mother who acts on those dark thoughts? Being thankful that you never acted on those thoughts, is an admission that you felt yourself capable. I commend you for pushing through the irrational thoughts that accompany ppd and keeping your children safe.

    2. While I don’t deny that ppd is difficult, saying it makes the role of new mother a 100x harder is ridiculous. And I have to ask… how would you know? If you have had ppd with all 3 of your babies, you don’t have a normal “new mother” experience with which to compare.
      I’m not attacking you. I have 4 kids and after the 3rd, I didn’t “feel right”. I was terrified, couldn’t sleep, and not just because of a crying newborn. I was afraid someone was going to hurt, kidnap, or murder my baby. If I wasn’t constantly watching, something horrible was going to happen. I didn’t trust family or friends. I even chastised my husband for telling friends we ran into, where we moved because the wife had mentioned they were trying to conceive. I just knew they would come and steal my baby. One day in the grocery store, I turned around to put cereal in the cart, when I saw a woman starting to walk away with my stroller. I threw the cereal in the floor and ran up, ready to rip her apart, when I realized, my baby was in her carseat, in the cart, just where I had left her. I also realized, that it wasn’t normal “new mommy fears” and called the doctor.

      While, I didn’t have any thoughts about hurting myself or my baby, I felt crazy just the same. Without a doubt, I felt crazy with the other 3, but for the same reasons Itsmesg2003 described… no sleep, stress, a new little one. But the 3rd was just… a different crazy. Not harder, just different.

      I never bought into the whole “hormones” thing, considering myself too strong and “above that”, until I heard “logical me” tell “crazy me” that I needed some help before I murdered someone for having the same stroller as me. So, no, I don’t feel you should’ve been locked up for dark thoughts. However, again no offense intended, in my opinion, after the first dark thought, you should not have been left home alone with your baby. (Don’t even get me started on the scumbag husband of Andrea Yates. His ass should be in jail.)  Someone should have been there with you, at all times… just in case. 
       
      If that seems unfair… reread your original comment. “I can identify with how lost and desperate she must have felt. I’m so thankfull that I have had a wonderful support systemand NEVER acted on how I felt AT THE MOMENT. I feel deeply sorry for HER and her CHILD.” How can anyone know the difference between a mother with dark thoughts and a mother who acts on those dark thoughts? Being thankful that you never acted on those thoughts, is an admission that you felt yourself capable. I commend you for pushing through the irrational thoughts that accompany ppd and keeping your children safe.

  4. I do not feel one bit sorry for the irresponsible bitch. SHE TOSSED HER MONTH OLD INFANT FROM A CAR AND LEFT HER FACE DOWN ON HOT CEMENT! She deserves far worse than what she is charged with. Yes all mother’s get sleep deprived and overwhelmed. That’s when you call in your friends and family for some respite care. This woman is more than educated and experienced enough to know that. NO EXCUSES!  What she did was criminal. She should never be allowed custody of this child or to see her ever again!

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