This though 💯💯💯 I want to just move on from the resentment, but let me tell you, it is incredibly hard. I'm not as angry about him having more babies 🤦, but I am torn up about the relationship I wanted for my son's and their paternal family.
It's not right to allow my boys to hang around the children he lives with everyday when they've never met him. I don't want to keep them separate, they're brothers and sisters, and those could be beautiful relationships..just not yet.
It's just choas and dysfunction. We don't have room for that. When they are old enough to understand without too many grown up details, we may revisit the idea.
For now #iloveourlittlefamily just the way it is. Time will make the call. My instincts have never failed me yet.
Anyway, I totally stole this lol but I had to laugh. It's funny because it's true. I have that whole family in an uproar (completely talking shit about me) over my decision. Meanwhile the father is out getting my boys names tattooed on him 😂👏🤣👏👏👏😂 not a care in the world 🤦🤷 (the entire story is hilarious, but I'll save it). He's never been face to face with them. I tried so many times to make the meeting happen but he was never able to make it. Then he puts their names on him forever. I wonder if it's so people will think he's a great, loving dad? 💩💩💩 I would love for someone to ask him this 🤣 and snap a pic of his reaction will you? 😂👏😂👏 Oh, and ask him if you can see his tattoos. 😜🤣 It's so petty lol I know, but letting it out feels good. Cathartic. It helps to tell your side.
I'm feeling my peaceful mind returning 🧡💙 and I'm proud of myself for making the call for us, even though it hurt others, I put us first. #strongmoms
Do your deadbeat dad's need to be asked this? How bad do you want to see the reaction?