What am I supposed to tell him??
His biological father was no find in a man.. He turned out to be violent.. At first it was toward small animals. Which was a huge red flag to me.. I never planned to be with him for long after I noticed how he was with animals.. The situation was difficult however.. One I still don't regret because I love my child and would never change the fact that he came about no matter how he did.. But I DID end up getting pregnant. When I was 12 weeks pregnant, he threw me against the back of his couch because I wanted to leave during a heated argument. I left him after that happened. And then when I was about 4 months pregnant I found out he molested his 3 year old female cousin when he was 12.. He's also become an alcoholic since I left him and just bounces from house to house wherever anyone will let him crash.. Since I found out about the molestation, I cut all ties with him and told him I wanted nothing to do with him. Since then I've found a wonderful, caring and sweet man. Who I am expecting my next son with. My son (now almost 2) calls him dad and I never want him to feel any other way nor does my boyfriend. We plan to have my boyfriend adopt him as soon as he is of adopting age, which in our state is 25.. However, he has my last name and not the man's I'm with now, and we do not plan to change it. I never want to lie to my son about it. But I don't know what I'm supposed to tell him especially if he asks why his name is different when he's still little. What age would be appropriate to tell him the whole truth about his biological father.. And what am I supposed to tell him when he's still too young to really understand those things?
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