I post this question under religion because as christians we're supposed to be forgiving. Back in the day my baby's father had gotten into some trouble for "trappin" if you know what I mean. Any ways while he was in jail I would send him pics of our children and keep him updated on all that goes on in thier lives. But I have never actually thought about him getting out of jail. While in jail he to has accepted Jesus as his lord and savior but this is not the first time he has claimed this. But at the sametime he's more than an ex con he's father of my children should I allow him into their lives?
let me share what a friend who was cheated on said about forgiveness after discussing this with her pastor. She said that God wants us to forgive, not to forget or actually be ok with the trespass, but to leave it to God to judge. We can still protect ourselves or make choices while taking the trespass into consideration. But we're letting go of the negativity in our hearts because we're leaving it for God to judge. So what I take that to mean is that you should protect your children. Depending on the circumstances, it may not be ok for him to visit them or maybe it should be supervised. It kind that you want to keep him in the loop but be smart about it. I don't think there is anything morally wrong with protecting your children, even from their father. He knew he was a father when he made his choice so this isn't on you.
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