Family of missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin moved back to the family home Tuesday for the first time since October 3 disappearance of Lisa, reports ABC News.
Family says Lisa was kidnapped from her bedroom in the House while his mother and his brother was sleeping in another room. The family moved out of the House after Lisa disappears, and the House became the site of a search by police and the FBI.
Lisa's parents, Deborah Bradley, 25, and Jeremy Irwin, 29, stayed at home with Lisa and two step-children, ages 5 and 8, were interviewed by the FBI last week child specialist. Authorities said the conversation with the boy is doing well, but that they did not make any critical findings.
Now, the biological mother of Lisa was 8-year-old half-brother Blake has filed an emergency motion for temporary custody of his son, according to ABC News ' affiliate KMBC in Kansas City. Blake was the son of Jeremy Irwin with a woman named Rasleen Raim, who lost custody of Blake in 2008.
The station reported that the Raim said he was worried about "her baby" safety, comfort and peace of mind, according to a news release from his lawyer Dorothy Savory. Savory does not respond to requests for comment.