A Scary Night

The prior two blog posts before this one were removed for the majority of today. I wasn’t sure who was reading my blog, and things got extremely CRAZY and scary regarding the situation with my niece Alana that I felt that I had to remove the posts until her fate was secure.

My last post towards the end said… I never truly know what I’m going to wake up to. That statement couldn’t have been more true.

I woke up in the middle of the night to men creeping around my house. Men that drove 5 hours to come and take my niece from me…. and I was home alone. And scared out of my mind. THANK GOD I have the most amazing neighbor in the entire world that informed me about this and stayed on the phone with me until my husband got home {unfortunately right now he works late}. Cops were called {they didn’t see them or catch them} and we didn’t sleep well ~ my husband sat up on the couch with one eye open… all night long.  I don’t know what their intentions were in the middle of the night, but I can assure you they weren’t good.  Why in the world they would drive 5 hours after I told them there is no way I would hand my niece over to them ESPECIALLY without her mom’s permission…. and talking with my niece’s mom and hearing her concerns about her brother & mother’s intentions.  

People… I was scared.  I had never in my entire life felt my heart pound as hard as it was pounding.

In the morning they finally decided to approach our home again and knock this time.  I shuffled the girls into a hiding place and we were not answering the door.  Then they called, and I answered.  I threatened to call the police, and they left.  They figured they’d try to call the police and get Alana that way.

Didn’t work.  The cops told them they need to leave as Alana will not be taken out of my home unless her mother who at this point has full rights takes her out.  Thank you, God.

She’s still here, she’s still safe.  

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7 comments to A Scary Night

  • Casey

    Oh my goodness. I have to be honest when I first read this some very non Christian thoughts came into my head. You and your hubby are doing an amazing job protecting this little girl. She is very blessed to have you two in her life. I will continue to pray. If you need additional prayers let me know. On my Faith blog I will soon be adding a prayer request page where I will post prayers for people and take requests, if you are interested in being on there let me know. http://godsgirlramble.blogspot.com

    Take care, saying a prayer right now

  • Christy

    I agree with Casey on non-Christian thoughts entering. Those horrible people. Know that I am supporting you all the way from TN and wish you the best hun. You can do it!

  • Tabatha

    wow… i can't imagine. yall are doing amazing keepin her safe. I'm praying for you and her and the whole situation.sending hugs your way… you need lots of them :)

  • Shell

    How frightening! Sending prayers for you all.

  • purseblogger

    Oh Amanda! I'm so sorry. That is the most frightening thing ever! Bless you for standing up for your niece. She is so blessed to have you. You are doing the right thing! You are in my prayers. Stay strong and know we love you!

  • Laurel

    I'm so sorry that you have to go through this! She's so lucky to have you guys in her life. Please stay safe and be happy. I hope that things feel stable for you soon.

  • Sarah R

    Holy crap! How scary!

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