I got a very long email from my ex's new girlfriend ( well not really new, they have been together for 3 years and she is 7 months pregnant with their 3rd ! )...
It basically said how I am an aful mom based on the fact that I WONT LET his bio. dad be in my son's life....
My son is 6 years old.. his bio father hasnt really been around since he was 10 months old... He had 2 visits with him and that was it ... no child support, no phone calls, no nothing...
When he was 3 I decided enough was enough I filed for full custody and got it ( he didnt even show up to court) ..... before that I would have LOVED for him to have a relationship with his son, but then I realized that letting him come and go in and out of my sons life was doing more harm than good .
And now I have this woman who is having her 3rd child with him and is happy being called " just his babies momma" ( her facebook says this), they live in the "welfare apts" , barely making it, and her drug dealer brother lives with them... and yet the " enviroment I have him living in is going to mess him up" ... I am not sure what she meant by that because he, his little sister, my husband and I live in a large brand new house in a great neighborhood, my husband is an excellent father to him ( he is even his t-ball coach), we have family values and good morals... but yet it is better for him to be with someone who never even fought to have visitation with him...
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