I remember a few weeks ago we could not find lizzie (my oldest).
I remember one time when I was little 'getting lost' in a store--I was lost but my mom knew exactly where I was.
This is so seriously hinky that I'm starting to wonder if maybe she accidentally or purposefully killed the child. I say that because of the stretch of time when the girl was missing but her mom told friends and family she "was at Disney World, Universal Studios or at the beach with her 'nanny'". Why would anybody claim that their missing child wasn't missing at all but was actually at one of these places? Is it because mom knew exactly where she (or her body) actually is?
I can't help but wonder that too. Personally, I don't think she intentionally killed her, but the thought has crossed my mind that maybe something happened to the girl through some fault or neglect of the mother, and she reacted in the way that comes naturally to her - lying.
I feel so awful for that little girl, no matter what has happened. A happy ending seems like such a long shot in this case.
Oh, it's not looking good:
http://www.cnn.com/2008/CRIME/07/22/missing.florida.girl.ap/index.html "Sheriff's deputies said her car smelled of decomposition, and a cadaver-trained German Shepherd noted a smell of human remains in the car and her yard. They said they found a stain, dirt and what seemed to be piece of Caylee's hair in Anthony's trunk."
"BTW, I hate Lifetime. Their movies will suck you in and all of a sudden you've watched 3 in a row, used every tissue in t