Tonight after 2 months, my daughters father said he wanted to have one of his supervised visits. Him and his dad came to my door with presents for my daughter...I let them in and went and got my daughter. She sat on my lap clinging to me and crying. I kept telling her that she needed to go play with them. That he was her dad and she needs to play. I reminded her that he came the day after her birthday party, that is when she said it.... ," their mean." She turned into my chest and started crying harder. Then she repeated it.
I guess a little background. back in July a CPS and PD investigation was started toward him and his family. For 5 months we had no contact nor did he attempt to see her. Then his attorney contacted me, I had to get a new attorney ...CPS and PD came back saying, "There is need for concern, but not enough to do anything and we can't prove if it was him or a family member."
Asked by Anonymous at 1:30 AM on Jan. 7, 2010 in Toddlers (1-2)
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Answer by karamille at 8:53 AM on Jan. 7, 2010
Don't force her to play with hm or deal with him if she doesn't want to. After a few minutes he should have gotten the hint and left so you could calm her down. Forcing her to play with him is going to change how she trust you. Suggest to him not just to show up at the door also. If he wants to see he maybe he can give a weeks notice. That will buy you time to constantly remind her he's coming and she can prepare herself.
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