i haz' a BAY BAY ! Due October 30 (boy); Washington 541 posts
25th Jul '12
Quoting V's Mom! [EXPECTING #2!]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Val is PREGNANT ^.^:</b>" Funny she never told me about this ... [snip!] ... said to apply for cash aid the day I get the birth cert and ssc for DD. after that, we got our cash aid the following month."


Well I graduated in 2011 and my PLAN was to start this Fall i'm still going to start but in my second semester.
Besides that do you mind sharing how much you actually got for cash aid or no? And was it a help?

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
25th Jul '12

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V & E's Mom! 2 kids; Stockton, California 4782 posts
25th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Val is PREGNANT ^.^:</b>" Well I graduated in 2011 and my PLAN was to start this Fall i'm still going to start but in my second ... [snip!] ... but in my second semester. Besides that do you mind sharing how much you actually got for cash aid or no? And was it a help? "</blockquote>




When I was on cash aid I would get $620 a month for me, my daughter, and her father. It did help. I also got $500 for food. And full medical for me my daughter and her father. We got off of it since between the both of us now, we don't qualify for any of it based off income. However I'll probably get medical again for my pregnancy since my copayment through my actual insurance is ridic and my OB doesn't accept my insurance, but does accept medical. I love my OB

☮Sugar Magnolia 1 child; Indiana 18298 posts
25th Jul '12

I'd be shitty too if my 18 year old wanted to act like an entitled little brat.



You're bringing a newborn into her house. Deal with how she acts or move out. Stop whining about it and grow the fuck up.

**accountdeleted** South Carolina 2599 posts
25th Jul '12
Quoting Raptor Jesus (TTC):" I'm sorry you're at odds with your mother. I really do feel for you and think it's an unfortunate situation ... [snip!] ... you're capable of calling your own shots so whatever happens from here on out is because of what you are (or aren't) doing."

This was really good advice i may have missed it but it seemed like she skipped over it, and just went and replied to the drama replies. :/

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11735 posts
25th Jul '12

A much needed read for an insomniac but now I have no words lol.

3 little monsters 3 kids; Olathe, Colorado 50990 posts
25th Jul '12

My dad was a horrible drunk for years before sobering up. I don't care who's house it is and who it paying rent, it doesn't not give anyone a right to verbally abuse someone. I have no income, pay no rent and it does not make it okay for my husband to drink himself into a stupor and take his issues out on me. It wouldn't be okay for me to do it to my children at any age. Just because she is 18 and pregnant doesn't mean it's perfectly fine for her mother to be an abusive lush. It's not okay to treat anyone like that, what is wrong with you people? If her daughter is a bratty smart mouth then maybe mom should have tried crawling out of the bottle long enough to teach her some respect. There are other smaller children in the home watching all of this go down but somehow it's perfectly fine for the mother to act like this because it's her house and she's an adult? Oh but she can move out. Yeah because moving out and setting up a household is a snap. It's something you have to prepare to do. Not to mention leaving her young sisters to deal with mom or get thrown in foster care if she calls child services. Maybe none of you have ever had to deal with an long term alcoholic parent but it's far from fun. They are very rarely happy fun drunks. They are angry, barely functional, irrational drunks.



I hope you can work out your situation OP. I have a lot of sympathy and have been there before. My dad is a wonderful guy now and we have a great relationship but it took YEARS for him to reach this point. He's 50 and has only been sober 4 years.

Jenny&Boopy Due June 26; 2 kids; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 7404 posts
25th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting 3 little monsters:</b>" My dad was a horrible drunk for years before sobering up. I don't care who's house it is and who it paying ... [snip!] ... now and we have a great relationship but it took YEARS for him to reach this point. He's 50 and has only been sober 4 years."</blockquote>




Very well said. And I agree, moving out isn't as easy as everyone might assume it is. Hell, I was making almost $15 an hour before I quit to be a SAHM. I still couldn't afford to move out. Why? Because my abusive alcoholic mother never paid her shre of bills so I couldn't save anything. I was living paycheck to paycheck, not to mention paying $600 a month for daycare on my own. I had no car, and public transportation could not get me to my kids daycare then work and back. I had DS at 18 and moved out for a year but then moved back because I couldn't afford it. I agree too that it makes no difference whose house it is, or how old either of them are. There is no justification for her mother to be verbally abusive and a drunk.

Mrs. Galeforce TTC since Apr 2013; 1 child; 2 angel babies; Titusville, FL, United States 2492 posts
25th Jul '12
Quoting ♥Frodolicious♥:" Says the chick who comes on here in her tinfoil hat claiming the gov't set up the Colorado shooting. ... [snip!] ... extensive research that you did on google after hearing about it on BG. you have this 'my way is the only right way' attitude."


Actually circumcision is an unnecessary cosmetic procedure. When I watch videos of poor baby boy squealing like a pig when they get cut I consider that abuse.
You sound like such a brainwashed American.
You can talk shit about my "tin foil hat" all you want but I have done extensive research on how our Government operates. I do research on every subject before I stand behind my word. Just like why I had a natural birth at home, because I know the dangers of being in a hospital setting with unnecessary medical intervention.



I never once said someone was a bad parent if they circ'ed, or vaxx'ed, or watched the news and became a brainwashed zombie. I simply try to get information out there to the public, that are clearly in need of an eye opener. Yourself included



It really doesnt matter in the big picture. No need to explain myself to you. You are just a spec of dust in the big picture. :)

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18095 posts
25th Jul '12
Quoting ♥Frodolicious♥:" You're a little liar. :) I've been in a thread or two with you where you told a few people who vaccinated, ... [snip!] ... minded when they're wrong, how about YOU open up your mind to different opinions, and not condemn people for how they believe. "


BURN!

☮Sugar Magnolia 1 child; Indiana 18298 posts
25th Jul '12
Quoting ♥Frodolicious♥:" You're a little liar. :) I've been in a thread or two with you where you told a few people who vaccinated, ... [snip!] ... minded when they're wrong, how about YOU open up your mind to different opinions, and not condemn people for how they believe. "


SNAP.



Oh how I've been waiting for someone to do this. I love you. :lol:

Jenny&Boopy Due June 26; 2 kids; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 7404 posts
25th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥Frodolicious♥:</b>" You're a little liar. :) I've been in a thread or two with you where you told a few people who vaccinated, ... [snip!] ... minded when they're wrong, how about YOU open up your mind to different opinions, and not condemn people for how they believe. "</blockquote>



:lol: LMAO at tin foil hats.

**accountdeleted** South Carolina 2599 posts
25th Jul '12
Quoting ♥Frodolicious♥:" You're a little liar. :) I've been in a thread or two with you where you told a few people who vaccinated, ... [snip!] ... minded when they're wrong, how about YOU open up your mind to different opinions, and not condemn people for how they believe. "


Oh dang lol

JKBC♡ 2 kids; Windsor, PA, United States 9789 posts
25th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥Frodolicious♥:</b>" You're a little liar. :) I've been in a thread or two with you where you told a few people who vaccinated, ... [snip!] ... minded when they're wrong, how about YOU open up your mind to different opinions, and not condemn people for how they believe. "</blockquote>



:) Oh snap girl! ;)

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11961 posts
25th Jul '12
Quoting ♥Frodolicious♥:" You're a little liar. :) I've been in a thread or two with you where you told a few people who vaccinated, ... [snip!] ... minded when they're wrong, how about YOU open up your mind to different opinions, and not condemn people for how they believe. "


I love you :D