so i was seeing my bestfriend all the way threw my pregnancyand when ahe was 3weeks old we were officially a couple and we've been together ever since and my daughter knows him as her daddy, but her biological dad decided when she was 2 that he wanted to be involved,she knows him by his name and she see's im once a week and has seen his mum and dad once a week since she was born and knows them as her nan and grandad but im just don't no when to tell her the man she knows as *bob is her biological father she is now 3 1/2Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:16 AM on May. 8, 2009 in Preschoolers (3-4)
Answer by plylerjones at 5:51 AM on May. 8, 2009
You should have been telling her the whole time. She is young, why can't she have dads? In this situation it sound ok. Why deceive her? Maybe her bio-dad started off on the wrong foot, but he came to his senses much more quickly than many other men. I'd tell her now, that she has 2 dads. I bet it will be no big deal. If you wait, she may be really confused. You could also consult a child therapist for guidance. I think it is great you found someone, and he loves her, just don't dismiss her bio-dad. You wouldn't have her, the way she is, without him.
My mom lied to me until I was 15 about my bio-dad. We have issues now that I've met him at age 37. Your situation has lots of room for growth, and making good choices. I commend you for having bio-dad's family in the picture. Your child is lucky to have you, bio-dad, and her father figure.
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