Tyneisha Wilder sings to her son Tayden, age 8 months, while bouncing him on her lap during a supervised visit at CYF Lexington office in Point Breeze. Wilder is permitted to visit with Tayden twice a week after school for two hours. (Photo by Martha Rial/PublicSource)

Tyneisha Wilder sings to her son Tayden, who is 11 months old, while bouncing him on her lap during a supervised visit at the Children, Youth and Families office in Point Breeze. Wilder is permitted to visit with Tayden twice a week after school for two hours. (Photo by Martha Rial/PublicSource)

 

Tyneisha Wilder had no idea she would lose her son, Tayden, shortly after he was born.

She is still puzzling it over. “They just came and took him. They said, ‘Ty, we gotta take the baby.’”

Eleven months have passed since then. Tyneisha still wants her son back. But their re-unification hangs on the uncertainty of finding a family that would be willing to adopt both of them. It’s hope against a deadline. They have three months until Tyneisha loses her parental rights.

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