FANDOM

Ask a question in the box below, or search using the box above.

As you enter your question, our massive, TARDIS-sized computers will search out other similar questions. So be sure to check the list that pops up before asking your question. Once you've decided that your question has not been asked before, push the not-so-threatening blue button below.

If you want to ask questions needing speculation or people's opinions, please do it in our Watercooler forum, not here. The main Q&A space is for questions with definitive factual answers. Thanks!

To avoid spoilers in the main Q&A section, please do to not post information about stories that have not been released in the UK, or ask for information about stories that have not yet aired there.

there baby regenerated into mels who in turn became there best friend and she in turn regenerated into River Song....in other words wibbly wobbley timey whimey

In that universe yes but a real mum wouldnt


A real mother would stop looking for her child once she found the child. Amy has found her child (River). She couldn't go back in River's timeline to find her without harming (probably destroying) River. How Amy feels about what was done to River is clearly shown in the scene in the pyramid, just before the wedding, where Amy speaks to Kovarian about never being able to see her baby again, then presses the eye drive back into Kovarian's eye to ensure that Kovarian will die -- painfully!

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Unfortunately, it's really the kind of dramatic situation that Doctor Who is not built to handle. I can say from experiece that a parent who lost a child and knew someone with a Time Machine wouldn't give a crap about the space/time continuum. In fact, if you look at "The Wedding of River Song", it states that River is willing to go much farther for the Doctor than Amy is for her baby.