The biological father's mother (the child's grandmother) received temporary custody of the child when his mother was arrested. He is autistic, and is so difficult to handle that she gave him over to the father. The father and stepmother asked us to please keep him for a few months after the birth of their daughter. His father has initiated the legal paperwork for full custody of the boy, but it has not been completed because they do not have the money to pay court costs. We had no idea that the boy's mother was released from prison and is looking for him. She is being discrete because she is not a U.S. citizen and wants to take him with her to Mexico.
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