My dd's father is somewhat involved in her life. She's 4. For a long time, he didn't see her at all. He's never paid child support (it's not court ordered but he doesn't volunteer help AT ALL, he doesn't even buy her gifts). Now that she's old enough to decide if she wants to go places with him, she does see him about once or twice a month. She doesn't call him "daddy", my husband has been her "daddy" since she was born. Well, DD just started playing soccer and her bio dad wants to come to her practice... I don't mind him coming to the GAME but I think going to practices and stuff should be for the people who actually see her everyday and work to support her. kwim? It's not all about the money, but he didn't even offer to help with soccer costs but now he wants to jump in and play daddy @ practice. To me, that's not right. Just looking for an unbiased opinion on the situation.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:49 AM on Sep. 8, 2010 in General Parenting
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