Really? This makes me madder than a wet hen!

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♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 01/10/2012

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I agree Amanda. Usually when you listen to all sides of a story somewhere in the middle is the truth.

Amanda - posted on 01/10/2012

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I guess anyone will cash in on this baby. Theres 3 sides to a story, I guess in this case 4. The hospitals, the celebs, the other parents, and the truth. Dont believe everything you read esp on the internet.

Tam - posted on 01/10/2012

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If I were the dad and some medical staff tried to escort me away from my kids in the NICU, I'd tell them to bring in some bigger guns. The only way they'd get me out of there with preemies in care would be either escort me through security, or give me a written statement delivered directly by the hospital director stating the reason for ejection, which I would then use in court.

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They know no bounds because we allow it. Let's see a real boycott of anything a misbehaving celebrity does EVERY time they do something outrageous and you'll see it stop. However people love to watch other people.

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♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 01/12/2012

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True! I nearly fell off the bed last week listening to Newt Gingrich talk about the sanctity of marriage. Seriously you were married 5 times and cheated on one of your wives and GAY MARRIAGE will be the downfall of the institution you've been steadily damaging for years? FML.



Mitt telling Americans it's a scary place was good too. Yes it's scary, especially in Canada where our PM wants to re arrange our healthcare system. *cringe*

Roxie - posted on 01/12/2012

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Oh don't even get me started about the debates...Obama and McCain campaigns were better than a comedy central stand up..lol.."reality TV" is the biggest joke on television so we are definitely on the same page

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 01/12/2012

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Roxie, I just watch the news. I can't stand most reality TV and I'm bad because I watched the Republican debates for a good laugh.

Roxie - posted on 01/12/2012

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Well if you want to be dramatic you can do all of those things..however we live in a society where we are immersed in agenda setting media, over glorifying of undeserving people, etc., So unless you want to live outside of civilization news of these "stars" will continue to pop up thus creating opinions. Case in point it'd be pointless attempt to shut it all out.

It is correct that we as a human race create the limitless bounds that they exist in however the media does a good job of making them seem as gods so the weak minded are quick to follow their every move because their own lives suck so bad.



In our house, we listen to old school music and a lot of underground artist that aren't given the respect due for making real music. No magazines, cable, limited exposure to the elements of Hollywood.



But at the end of the day it is very sickening that a person would think so highly of themselves that they would block off people celebrating the same good news from enjoying it. Hard to miss this story since it's ALL OVER the internet

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 01/12/2012

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I'm with Jen. Turn off the radio when the songs come on. Don't buy the CD or the iTunes songs. Don't buy the magazines with her or them on the cover. Or even better when they are on the cover write to the magzine editor and tell them how you really feel.

Roxie - posted on 01/12/2012

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That article made me sick to my stomach when i first read it...I think it's absolutely ridiculous that it was even permitted! My husband said he would have went to jail that day because to block someone from seeing their child especially when they are in the intensive care unit...Beyonce should be ashamed to destroy other families special moments just so she can be superficial as always...These celebrities know no bounds!!!!

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 01/11/2012

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And today Yahoo Canada wants me to care that they spent 3,500$ on a crib. I don't even think my car could bring in that much in trade right now unless I sold it for parts.

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I understand safety but in the life of us normal people(non-celebs).Just let us on with our normal day.Stopping a dad from seeing his newborns is wrong.Its going against parents rights.Flash money and people will do anything.Shame on the hospital if this is true.They wouldn't stop a mother from seeing her babies i tell ya lol.:-)We would of floored the security guy or gal.



At the end of the day the only difference between us parents and beyonce/Jay-z is the amount of money.Your not above anyone in this life.Manners and decency costs nothing people.If it is true i would sue big time.I would want to know if the celebs were aware this happened also.Maybe they were not aware of the extent their security was going to.My gosh if they were they should be counting themselves lucky to have had a healthy daughter unlike the dads little twins.:-(hopefully they will thrive.

Katie - posted on 01/10/2012

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Not ok! I don't care who you are, no one would be keeping my husband or myself from having open access to our newborns (preemie or otherwise.) What a ridiculous world we live in... Why do these people need so much security, why do we put them up on this pedestal like they are gods gift to the world... They can sing (or rap) big deal. They are just regular people who happen to have enough money to accommodate their every whim. Little baby what's her name is probably an adorable little girl and I wish her every bit of happiness along with her parents, but it's a shame that she is going to be raised in an environment of greed and entitlement.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 01/10/2012

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On GMA this morning the hospital is denying that they allowed this to happen to the extent that one father is claiming. But they aren't saying what else happened

Tracey - posted on 01/10/2012

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Having heard from other celebs who were visited by reporters pretending to be medical staff while in hospital I understand the desire for privacy, but not at the expense of patient care. What would have happened if a person in medical need required a room on that floor? Would the hospital have turned them away while sitting on the extra million dollars?

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 01/09/2012

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This is the height of selfishness and if I were the parents I'd sue the hospital and the celebratties (spelled incorrectly accidentally maliciously on purpose) if I wasn't allowed to see my baby in NICU and it died.

Janice - posted on 01/09/2012

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I'm sure they weren't thinking Sylvia they were blinded by dollar signs!

Becky - posted on 01/09/2012

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I just read a Code Name Mama post on this. I can't believe they would be so selfish as to deny parents access to their babies in the NICU. Some of those babies are fighting for their lives! Apparently, it made it hard for dr's to get in to see their patients too. The hospital should never have agreed to it, but I guess money talks!

Janice - posted on 01/09/2012

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Wow! I understand wanting privacy but not at the expense of families with babies in the NICU! That is completely unacceptable!

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