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Right or Wrong? Mother sent awful letter over baby facebook updates. 

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Right or Wrong? Mother sent awful letter over baby facebook updates.  4
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

An angry first time mother has spoken out after she recieved a nasty letter from her frienss claiming they were sick or her posting information about her baby daughter on social networking site Facebook.

The woman named Jane Ruthven recieved the letter from her friends which read “SO OVER” the 33-year-old’s updates on baby Addison’s progress that they sent her a strongly-worded letter calling on her to stop.

 

Right or Wrong? Mother sent awful letter over baby facebook updates.  1
Strong worded letter
 

“Look we all have kids that we are besotted with – guess what – every parent thinks their child is the best. But we don’t ram it down everyone else’s neck!!!” the letter reads.  

“DON’T care” that her six-month-old baby is now crawling, accusing Ms Ruthven of “p****ng a lot of people off” with her statuses and picture updates.


“Not everyone is as interested as you are about what Addy does so give us all a break,” it says.

“We can’t wait for you to get back to work – maybe you won’t have time to be on Facebook quite so much.”


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