Cast Your Vote:

    • Yes, just in case -- Votes: 13
    • No, I would trust their word not to -- Votes: 2
    • I wouldn't leave my child with them in the first place -- Votes: 116
Family Contracts animaLibera_ 1 child; Ohio 7929 posts
11th Apr '12

If you were a single parent still living with your parents, but wanted to move out on your own and your parents said that they would rather the child stay with them in their house where they are more comfortable than moving out with you would you consider making a contract to document them agreeing that they would not take you to court for child abandonment and custody?



You would still be visiting the child after work and during the weekends, but they would be living in your parents' house and being taken care of by them for the most part for about 3 or 4 years at the most.

Kelly +2 ERF/EH! 18 kids; Valdosta, Georgia 18072 posts
11th Apr '12

I would take MY child with ME.

karenanne 2 kids; Cornwall, Ontario 3826 posts
11th Apr '12

why would you want to leave your child behind? are you possibly looking for an easy way out or to be a part time parent?

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
11th Apr '12

No. What is the point of leaving your child? too damn bad what your parents are more comfortable with.

*Lolo* Due October 6; 5 kids; Belvidere, Illinois 5591 posts
11th Apr '12

nope. kid comes with me

A.K.'s Mommy❤TTC#2 TTC since Jul 2013; 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 1803 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting Kelly +2 ERF/EH!!:" I would take MY child with ME."

:!:

Nathan Young 2 kids; Syracuse, New York 57578 posts
11th Apr '12

Never.



First of all, I wouldn't be the primary caregiver. My child would not think of me as the primary care giver.




Nor would I trust whomever I was leaving my child with to not put up a fight when I wanted "custody back".

Always♥Faithful 2 kids; CHERRY POINT, North Carolina 21639 posts
11th Apr '12

No, not for the sake of my parents feeling comfortable.



If I had problems that I needed to work out (drugs/alcohol addiction, depression, etc) and having my daughter with me would put her in danger, I would leave my daughter with my parents. Other than that, baby girl would be with me and my parents can be the ones to visit.

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
11th Apr '12

Your child will feel abandoned. Whether you visit or not, you won't be there when they wake up or anything. They need you.

Nigel Thornberry 1 child; New Hampshire 6415 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting Kelly +2 ERF/EH!!:" I would take MY child with ME."


:!::!:

karenanne 2 kids; Cornwall, Ontario 3826 posts
11th Apr '12

msybe we should take a look at her name lol. lazy b***h sounds about right if you are willing to leave your child behind.

Always♥Faithful 2 kids; CHERRY POINT, North Carolina 21639 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting karenanne:" msybe we should take a look at her name lol. lazy b***h sounds about right if you are willing to leave your child behind."

How do you know this is even about her? That seems a little rash to jump to conclusions.

MyAngel'sMommy(: 16 kids; California 1108 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting karenanne:" msybe we should take a look at her name lol. lazy b***h sounds about right if you are willing to leave your child behind."


There's no need to be rude, you don't know anything about her or her story.

karenanne 2 kids; Cornwall, Ontario 3826 posts
11th Apr '12

just looking at her profile and im lmost positive its about her. everything on her profile is about weed.

animaLibera_ 1 child; Ohio 7929 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting karenanne:" msybe we should take a look at her name lol. lazy b***h sounds about right if you are willing to leave your child behind."


:? Excuse me b***h? No where in the f**king OP did I say this was about me.