The state of Oregon has taken away the two children of a couple, one of them directly from the hospital, saying the parents are too mentally limited to be good parents. The Department of Human Services has put the two boys of Amy Fabbrini, 31, and Eric Ziegler, 38, in foster care, according to The Oregonian, which says no abuse or neglect has been found but each parent allegedly has a degree of limited cognitive abilities. The couple’s older son, Christopher, was taken

away soon after he was born, and five months ago, the state took their second child, Hunter, directly from the hospital soon after he was born. Fabbrini’s IQ was evaluated at about 72, and Ziegler’s about 66, while the average IQ is between 90 and 110. But Fabbrini says she loves children. “I was raised around kids, my mom was a preschool teacher for 20-plus years, and so I’ve always been around kids,” she was quoted as saying. “That’s my passion. READ MORE