The case of swapped babies in Bogor has been over since last month. It was proven that the child who was being cared for by Siti Mauliah was not her flesh and blood.
The results of the DNA test proved that the baby with Mother B was switched, Mother. Currently, Siti admits that she is in the adaptation stage to accept the situation.
This woman from Cisaeng, Bogor Regency, found it very difficult to let go of the baby she was caring for, namely Mother Dian’s child. This is because Siti has been caring for Dian’s child with great affection for a year, like a mother would her biological child.
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“It’s very hard to let go because we’ve been caring for him for a year, right? Even if we don’t breastfeed, (but are given) formula milk, it’s still a year (of caring),” said Siti on the Rumpi program on Trans TV, recently.
“Wake up every night, every hour, make milk, right? Moreover, he’s very active now, can do a lot of styles, is good at entertaining his parents. It seems like the closer he gets here, the closer he gets to letting go, the more he can’t. So in my heart it’s a bit it’s hard to let go,” he continued.
It doesn’t stop there. Siti also felt jealous if the child she had cared for for a year seemed close to the child’s biological parents. Siti admitted that it was still difficult for her to let go.
“Especially when he’s close to his biological parents, it’s like he’s jealous. It’s like up until now we’ve been taking care of him, so in the future his parents will be. Even though we can meet, we still can’t immediately let it go,” he said.
Siti felt like she wanted to care for two swapped babies
On the other hand, Siti also feels happy because her efforts so far have produced good results. Siti managed to prove that her babies were switched at the hospital.
When she first saw her biological child, Siti was touched. He also misses them because they have been apart for a year.
“(First meeting) The feeling of being moved, the feeling of happiness, means that Mama’s struggle all this time has not been in vain, it has produced results, it means that what you are looking for is really Mama’s child,” said Siti.
“I miss you, it’s really a shame, it’s been a year since we met. Blood ties always stick, right,” he continued.
Currently, Siti seems to be faced with a tough choice, where she has to let go of the child she has cared for for a year. But on the other hand, he was also happy because he could finally meet his biological child.
Siti was so sad about having two babies who were swapped, this 37 year old woman wanted to take care of both of them. According to Siti, this feeling was not only experienced by her, but also Mother Dian.
“(The child) hugged and kissed me and called me Mama. Until he wanted to be taken, his family didn’t want to. So he wanted both. (Likewise, Mrs. Dian) Same,” said Siti.
The case of swapped babies experienced by Mother Siti and Mother Dian has become a highlight. The two mothers were finally able to find out the truth after the DNA test results stated that their two babies were 99.99 percent switched at the hospital.
This is not the first time this has happened, Mother. In December 2015, an Indian couple named Salma Parbin and Shahabuddin reported to the police that their babies had been swapped. A year later, the two of them managed to prove through a DNA test that the baby they had been caring for was not their biological child.
A baby being swapped at birth in a hospital is every parent’s worst nightmare. Actually, this could have been prevented, Mother. How to?
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