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Charlie Sheen is going HARD after Brooke Mueller and the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services. In no uncertain terms, this is war.

The actor believes his twins Bob and Max have been grievously damaged by their mom, and he thinks DCFS is blindly protecting her at their expense.

Referring, to DCFS, Charlie quotes his father, Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now: "I am beyond their timid lying morality, therefore I am beyond caring."

"What my family and I are forced to deal with in the last four years, lives outside the pale of any acceptable conduct or decency," the Warlock goes on.

"I am battling an amorphous enemy that needs to be swiftly disempowered."

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Rochelle Sapp, a home daycare business owner in Iowa, is accused of throwing a toddler to the ground for failing to remove her coat last month.

The three year-old, Autumn Elgersma, died from her injuries.

Rochelle Sapp Mug Shot

On October 29, Sapp phoned Elgersma's mother to tell her that her daughter had injured her head during a fall at the Orange City, Iowa, residence.

She said the three-year-old had fallen down some stairs.

Two days later, Elgersma died in Sioux Falls, S.D., children's hospital while receiving treatment her for a skull fracture and brain swelling, reports indicate.

Doctors said the injuries were inconsistent with a child falling down stairs, and police allege that Sapp, 33, later admitted throwing the girl to the ground.

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Yadina Indira Morales, a Maryland mom who was breastfeeding her baby while highly intoxicated, has been charged with manslaughter after the infant died.

Officials say Morales was both breastfeeding and "highly intoxicated," which led to her two-month-old being found unresponsive, unable to be revived.

The alcohol in her system was only part of the story here. Cops say Morales passed out while breastfeeding and that the baby was found underneath her.

She's since been charged with manslaughter, second-degree child abuse, reckless endangerment, and other lesser charges as a result of her actions.

This was not her first involvement with the law, either.

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Facebook bullying is common practice these days, but usually it's by teens ... not mothers, targeting other parents' little toddlers and babies, as is the case here.

Yes, a Facebook group of grown women is taking part in what some are calling "toddler bashing," posting pics of kids and making fun of them online.

The offending Facebook group takes photos from others' accounts without the owners' knowledge. It was meant to be private, but the word got out.

Photos were sent to a local Fox station of the page, where people - including some moms, no less - post and ridicule pictures of other people's kids.

Under one photo of a baby, a woman posted, "It's hideous."

Another woman added, "You can absolutely not fix ugly."

Another Facebook commenter wrote, "An ugly baby thread. I have died and gone to heaven. Why can't you guys live near me so we can do this over cocktails?"

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The girl who wore a Boston Marathon bombing costume for Halloween this year has apologized for her "distasteful" actions.

But the mother who dressed her seven-year old son as a member of the Ku Klux Klan last week? Not so much.

Kid Dressed as KKK Member

Virginia resident Jessica Black tells WHSV that it's a "family tradition" for her loved ones to don this attire for Halloween, explaining that her brother did so when he was in kindergarten… and what's the big deal, anyway?

Is the KKK really so bad?

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The phrase "sleep like a baby" is common because, well, have you ever seen a baby sleep? They're so peaceful and angelic that it's hard to resist giving them a good snuggling, sometimes even all night long.

While the rate of SIDS deaths have decreased, other sleep-related deaths, such as suffocation, have increased. This has the National Institute of Health researchers trying to find out just what's happening to cause this increase.

Their findings? Co-sleeping. Despite warnings and recommendations against the practice, twice as many people are co-sleeping with their infants now than 20 years ago. 

Sudden Infant Death Sydrome, SIDS, is one of the leading causes of death among infants in the United States. Its causes aren't clear. Sleep positioning is a critical component and the American Academy of Pediatrics' "Back to Sleep" campaign has lowered the number of SIDS-related deaths significantly.

But it seems some parents still aren't getting the memo about what safe sleep for infants looks like.

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Jon Gosselin learned the hard way that there's a dark side to living in the spotlight, he admitted last night on Oprah's Where Are They Now? special.

The reality star opened up about how his reality TV series Jon and Kate Plus 8 damaged his marriage to Kate Gosselin, his reputation, and his kids.

"It just became so stressful on the kids and stressful on me," the former star, 36, said of the once-popular show, which aired from 2007-2011 on TLC.

"You're trying to keep your marriage together ... your family ties together."

Now making ends meet waiting tables at a Pennsylvania restaurant (and firing warning shots at paparazzi), Jon said his children may have suffered most.

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And here we thought the saying was "like taking candy from a baby." One mom in D.C. posted a sign shaming the person who stole her son's pumpkin off their front porch.

Guess the thief didn't get the memo about what we're supposed to be stealing.

(Hint: Snickers. Always the Snickers. Steal the Snickers. Share them with me.)

But this person? Oh, no. This person had to steal a toddler's pumpkin, and only his pumpkin, leaving the other three pumpkins alone. Yep. Definitely an a$$hole move.

First there was twerk shaming. Then there was fat shaming. Normally, the person doing the shaming draws our ire, but this time? This time it's definitely the shame-e who deserves the internet's irritation.

WHO STEALS A TWO-YEAR OLD'S PUMPKIN?

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An awesome photo of Little Jesse and Baby Walt - two kids dressed up as the characters from Breaking Bad - spread rapidly across the web this Halloween week.

It even ended up on the Instagram page of Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse, drawing over 100,000 likes. The kids' mother was not one of those approving.

Breaking Bad Halloween Costumes

In fact, despite being a Breaking Bad fan, the mom of the two boys, ages four months and three years, was shocked and confused as to how the photo got there.

What started out as private family fun shared on Facebook quickly took a turn for the worse, and devolved into attacks on her taste and skills as a parent.

"Come on, what's the kid telling his friends? Hey, I'm a meth dealer for Halloween! Not cool, parents," one blogger wrote, criticizing the (hilarious) image above.

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Parents know that going out to restaurant with small children can be tough. It can be great in that you don't have to cook, but it's always a challenge.

At its best, it's hectic, with more wrangling, cleaning, and wiping up going on actual eating. At worst, if the kids act up, it can be stressful and disruptive.

If you happen to be a single parent of three kids, including two who have special needs, you can multiply all of those concerns several times over.

Take the case of one mom, who wishes to remain nameless and has been taking her kids out to a new restaurant every Friday for the last few years.

During one of those meals out recently, she nervously apologized in advance for the noise her family to a man who was sitting nearby. But he didn't mind.

In fact, he paid for her family's meal and left her a note that brought her to tears. Any parent who reads it after the jump may join her in that regard:

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