My boyfriend gets his daughter on Thanksgiving, right? Well, we won't be back until 7-8 at night-her bedtime. He gets her Fridays, too. For practicality purposes we want her to spend the night. It makes so much more sense for that instead of him having to drive an hour out of his way on Thursday then having to drive there again Friday morning. He told his ex this last night and she said "I'm not ready for that." Then sent him a text later that went on about how she doesn't get to spend enough time with her and she hates having to work full time and hates that time is flying by and blah blah blah.
It infuriates me that she had the gall to say that SHE doesn't get enough time with her but yet she gets her every night. I understand wanting your baby, but she chose to have her and now has to deal with sharing her.
Is it really that big of a deal? If she didn't want to share her kid than she shouldn't have had a kid with him.
Answer by Kword at 6:43 PM on Nov. 17, 2012
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Answer by DJDNY at 7:33 PM on Nov. 17, 2012
So you are in this for 3 months and you want to tell the Mom & grandparents what they should do. WTF. I have read some of your posts and i would have thought you were with him for years they way you want to control things. I think you need to really think hard before you go any further. Read this again.
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