Social Security Card For Newborn

    social security

  • social welfare program in the U.S.; includes old-age and survivors insurance and some unemployment insurance and old-age assistance
  • Any government system that provides monetary assistance to people with an inadequate or no income
  • Social Security, in Australia, refers to a system of social welfare payments provided by Commonwealth Government of Australia. These payments are administered by a Government body named Centrelink. In Australia, most benefits are subject to a means test.
  • Social security is primarily a social insurance program providing social protection, or protection against socially recognized conditions, including poverty, old age, disability, unemployment and others.
  • (in the US) A federal insurance program that provides benefits to retired people and those who are unemployed or disabled


  • neonate: a baby from birth to four weeks
  • recently born; “a newborn infant”
  • (of a child or animal) Recently or just born
  • having just or recently arisen or come into existence; “new nations”; “with newborn fears”


  • a card certifying the identity of the bearer; “he had to show his card to get in”
  • A small piece of such paper with a person’s name and other details printed on it for purposes of identification, for example a business card
  • A piece of thick, stiff paper or thin pasteboard, in particular one used for writing or printing on
  • Such a piece of thick paper printed with a picture and used to send a message or greeting
  • one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes; “he collected cards and traded them with the other boys”
  • tease: separate the fibers of; “tease wool”

social security card for newborn

social security card for newborn – Pampers Swaddlers

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~Day Five~ Invisible woMan

~Day Five~ Invisible woMan
So today was pretty much the worst day of my summer.

I woke up with a migraine wishing I would have taken a damn vicodin like the other night. It was like after 9 and I was supposed to get all this stuff done so I was already discouraged.

I go down about 11-12 to the MVD (DMV for out of towners) to get my ID. so the same friggin woman who made me do loopholes galore to get social security card and transcript stuff said they dont accept school transcripts after 2007 or some bullshit. I mean I could have gotten her first directions wrong and it was a transcript I needed from school.

But whatever. My mother of course said how much of a waste of time it was for her and cried (who the hell cries over something so retarded? when the person it directly affects isnt even THAT upset) so she was a horrible bitch to me the entire afternoon. I got snapped at for "making pointless fights" from my grandmother because I simply corrected my mothers always tainted information.

I wanted to make Frank’s Yukata today. 1. because i want to make him one 2. because thats all i could think of to do with my grandmother to entertain her

so we found a pattern ut it wasnt in stock at Jo Anns… she drags me to Michael’s and then Hobby Lobby (i bought some cheaper materal pretty much again my will) oh and the most annoying part. After talking for an hour about spending all this money at Kmart when she was bored on my cousin’s crap like clothes… she makes me use the graduation money she gave me yesterday to buy all of it. not just material and a pattern but pins and all the other stuff…. I have a whole 11 cents left

so we get to her hotel and she tells me to cut out the pieces of the pattern we need. then she nags me for being slow and too perfectionist. =_= then when i go to fast she looks at me like im a moron

the other annoying part was my foster cousin Angel called (as always) with some major crisis. She got prgenant at age 16-17 and then again like 18-19 and she left the newborn with her bfs mother and litterally left it there. Then her bf dumped her… so shes homeless with a 2 year old (well she was staying with friends but they have to kick her out by tomorrow cuz they are leaving supposedly) so what does my grandmother do. She offers to buy her a studio apartment and buys her a week in a hotel.

i mean yes i am glad she is not on the street. but I am so sick of being complimented for being a good kid but never getting treated like i deserve shit. If I got pregnant with Frank’s baby and we needed money i KNOW she wouldnt give me squat.

i found out she is probably lying about her hearing.

if i say something quiet about what shes talking about she hears me

when i try to bring up something about myself or anything that interests me even if its loud she just ignores me

im so glad shes leaving.

and then she had the nerve to say i had an obligation to always love my parents and live close (basically). shit im leaving in a year. for good. to the SUnshine State

but whatever.

I had an awful day. Im pretty sure the Yukata looks bad because i didnt have an ounce of fun. She ran me like an idiot sweatshop worker rather than trying to help me learn or have fun.

im tired of putting myself out there and trying to do something other people like to make them feel welcome.

everyone from now on is expected to go with me to anime conventions, movies, play tennis and eat picnic lunches. =3=

i was so mad all day and in pain from a still lingering headache/migraine I just took a picture of a sad hand touching my acient sewing machine.

Avery Lane Casey

Avery Lane Casey
My sister and her firstborn, a daughter, a few hours after Avery’s birth earlier today. Seeing a newborn, and knowing that breathing — breathing! — is as yet a very new experience for her, makes the whole world feel so terribly fragile. And it makes me wish we’d done a much better job with the world before she showed up.

And I’m just her uncle.

What a knobby-sounding word, uncle.

As a side note: now that Flickr has thousands of pictures of newborns, with all of the photographs helpfully labelled with date and time, will the Social Security office and employers and credit card companies have to discard the idea that your birthdate is a private piece of information? And will it become useless for a woman to hide her age when her very birth is pubically documented? I hope Avery will understand. I hope she lives to comment on this picture some day and let us know.