He's not a good person if he ignores you! You can do better than that. Your child deserves better than that. He sounds insecure, and I wouldn't want that in my child's life.
If he's going to be a good father then he will be one whether or not the two of you are together. Good dads remain involved and continue to provide for their kids even if things don't work out for the mother. And if they're really a good dad they'll treat their kid's mom with respect and put the their interests first during and after the break-up. Not saying that you guys can't work it out. I have no idea, but just that your relationship doesn't affect what kind of father he'll be.
Maybe wait until you have a committed partner before procreating?
How old are you? I have a husband, not a baby daddy. I can't help you ...my husband always puts his family first.
Just because he is good at hanging out with other's peoples kids for short periods of time, doesn't mean that he will be a good father.
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