who has to deal with baby's mommas?

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who has to deal with baby's mommas?
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Mon, 12-01-2008 - 9:24am

My DF has an ex wife with whom he has 2 DD's with...he also has an ex GF which he has his DS with.

 


 

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Registered: 12-31-2006
Mon, 12-01-2008 - 10:19am

Hey!


My DH has a 11-y-o DD with an ex-GF, and an 8-y-o DS with another ex-GF.

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Mon, 12-01-2008 - 10:30am

THANK YOU!!!!!

 


 

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Mon, 12-01-2008 - 10:42am

I know!

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Mon, 12-01-2008 - 11:13am

Giiiiiiiirrrrrrrrlllllllzzzzzz - Baby Mamma Dramma Pro here! hahahahah. My DH and I have had SS full time (now 8) since he was still in pampers and its been a long long long, painful, drama filled 7 years. BM and I used to fight tooth and nail about everything - i mean everything. I hated her because shes a crappy mom and I was doing all the work(literally, ALL the work) and she would just show up once in a while and be "disneyland mom" and ya know really nothing has changed except that I grew up a little and stopped feeding the fighting frenzy but it took a good 5-6 years to get there. Life is fairly calm these days which is a blessing. I take comfort and pride in that DH and I provide a loving, caring, stable and consistant home for SS. I stopped contacting her unless ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY, and even then i will text her but not call or email her under any circumstance. If it is an emergency than DH will call her, but really we dont have any communication unless its a serious issue. Life is good now ladies!!! I mean, I still hate her hahahahahha I still roll my eyes when SS comes home from his weekend with her and I hear about all the irresponsible things they did together, but ya know I just take a deep breath and snicker under my breath knowing that she will never be half the mom I am... so there, biyatch :)


GLITTERING SPARKELING BABY DUST YOU US ALL!!

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Mon, 12-01-2008 - 11:28am

LOL thanks!!!!!!!

 


 

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Mon, 12-01-2008 - 11:29am

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 


 

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Registered: 12-31-2006
Mon, 12-01-2008 - 12:10pm

Yeah, I'm glad that DH's baby momma's are both good mommas, too.

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Mon, 12-01-2008 - 1:07pm

I'll come at this with a slightly different view point and angle: My parents are divorced and I grew up with a stepmom.


My dad and mom had a rocky relationship when they broke up and neither one liked each other very much. My mom wasn't in love anymore and my dad was hurt that she divorced him. A few years later my stepmom comes into the picture and my dad wants my stepmom to not like my stepmom because of the hurt he had. My stepmom said she didn't know my mom and was going to give her a fair shot just like she would with anyone else she would meet.


My 3 parents all ended up getting along and working things out. I'm not saying everyone was always best friends, they had their fair share of drama, but they still worked things out and were nice to each other, especially around us kids. Many times while we were growing up, my mom would escape to my dad and stepmom's house with the instructions to us kids to NOT call unless the house was on fire or some other immediate danger was happening. LOL


What my parents taught me is that even if you aren't in love with someone anymore and you don't want a relationship with them (at least not in the same sense), you can still show civility and niceness. It has done a lot for the relationships I've had over the years (even if no kids were involved).


Imagine what the kids and stepkids see when their parent-figures are fighting...How else will the learn to be a great and compasionate person if the closest people to them can't even get along for a short while?



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Registered: 07-08-2004
Mon, 12-01-2008 - 1:20pm
I agree.

 


 

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Registered: 03-18-2008
Mon, 12-01-2008 - 3:22pm

Hi Tiffany,


First of all I hope you get that BFP.

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