momlogic's Vivian: It's SO GROSS when grownups use their kids as their own personal stash boxes.
A 3-year-old was discovered showing two dime bags of weed to a classmate in preschool! According to an incident report recounted on News4Georgia.com, the Columbia County Sheriff's Office won't charge the poor kid, but school authorities and child-welfare officials are eager to learn how a child so small got his hands on the stuff.
Mind you, the child is disabled and is said to be "hard to communicate with."
One source in the story named the child's father as the weed's likely owner. When cops showed up at the child's home to conduct a search, his mom let them in -- but they came up empty. The mom pointed the finger at a neighbor, whose home her son frequents, as the possible culprit.
Hmph. The neighbor? The dad? Sure sounds like a lot of guilty finger-pointing. Either this kid was just exploring (as 3-year-olds do), came across the bluntage and had his curiosity piqued, or an adult willingly took advantage of the child's disability and used him as his or her own personal stash box. Which would really suck.
What if the poor kid had tried to ingest it somehow? Ay yi yi! Disaster!
Some adults are going to do what they do -- let's be real. But c'mon! Using a kid as a stash box is deplorable. And if this was an accidental discovery, for the love of Willie Nelson, AT LEAST be militant about keeping your stash out of reach!