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rat Spider_Monkey 17 kids; Pennsylvania 288 posts
28th Oct '12

sorry my phone is stupid and doesn't let me post titles correctly, this is a rant. my 12 year old step daughter's attitude is really getting on my nerves. let me start off by saying she comes to visit on the weekends and doesn't have to lift a damn finger while she's here. i clean up after her (do the dishes she uses, throw out the trash she leaves laying around, pick up her clothes off the floor and wash them, turn off every light she leaves on). last night she was getting on my nerves rubbing her feet, it was loud and i could hear it in my ear so i asked her to stop, she didn't. so i let it go for about 15 mins and then said louder

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
28th Oct '12

Wait, what? You're not getting medication for your hemorrhoids because your step daughter is getting a costume? Wow. :shock:

Spider_Monkey 17 kids; Pennsylvania 288 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" Wait, what? You're not getting medication for your hemorrhoids because your step daughter is getting a costume? Wow. :shock:"


yeah but if i bitched and got my way she would've cried and i'd be big bad stepmom.

NicoThunders 2 kids; Michigan 12847 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" Wait, what? You're not getting medication for your hemorrhoids because your step daughter is getting a costume? Wow. :shock:"


:shock: Was my reaction too.



That's pretty awesome of you to not get hemmy cream so she can get a costume.
She sounds like a peach.

Spider_Monkey 17 kids; Pennsylvania 288 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting NicoThunders:" :shock: Was my reaction too. That's pretty awesome of you to not get hemmy cream so she can get a costume. She sounds like a peach."


yeah i love her but she's a spoiled brat

Crazyhazel89 1 child; Erie, Pennsylvania 3994 posts
28th Oct '12

why couldnt her mom buy her a costume

Spider_Monkey 17 kids; Pennsylvania 288 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Christina Getty:" why couldnt her mom buy her a costume"


her mom said she didn't have the money

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Spider_Monkey:" yeah but if i bitched and got my way she would've cried and i'd be big bad stepmom."


Fuck all that nonsense!

Spider_Monkey 17 kids; Pennsylvania 288 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" Fuck all that nonsense!"


her did used to spoil the shit out of her and spend all his money on her before i came into the picture. now we're moved into a bigger place with one income and more bills and a baby on the way and we're being responsible which means sacrifices and she doesn't like it and it pisses me off. we blew the last of our money on her and she has the nerve to complain. she gets what she needs to survive in this world and more but nothing's ever good enough. i got fed up with her leaving lights on this morning and told her she's gotta start shutting off lights after she leaves a room cuz that's how the electricity bill gets ran up and she just stared at me like i had 3 heads. i dunno what to do anymore. i often daydream about dropping her off (and his son sometimes) at his work and telling him to watch his own fucking kids from now on cuz i've had it, but i don't and i just continue to take it. (yeah they come on weekends which he works all weekend so i'm babysitter every time they come over)

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Spider_Monkey:" her did used to spoil the shit out of her and spend all his money on her before i came into the picture. ... [snip!] ... i just continue to take it. (yeah they come on weekends which he works all weekend so i'm babysitter every time they come over)"


Yeah, that definitely has to suck. He needs to make arrangements with their mom to get them when he's off from work. It's not your responsibility to keep his kids, they are suppose to be spending time with him.

Crazyhazel89 1 child; Erie, Pennsylvania 3994 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" Yeah, that definitely has to suck. He needs to make arrangements with their mom to get them when he's ... [snip!] ... get them when he's off from work. It's not your responsibility to keep his kids, they are suppose to be spending time with him."

:!:

Spider_Monkey 17 kids; Pennsylvania 288 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" Yeah, that definitely has to suck. He needs to make arrangements with their mom to get them when he's ... [snip!] ... get them when he's off from work. It's not your responsibility to keep his kids, they are suppose to be spending time with him."


he can only get them on the weekends cuz they have school during the week. i offer to watch them cuz otherwise he'd never get to see them and i'd feel really bad especially since i don't work

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Spider_Monkey:" he can only get them on the weekends cuz they have school during the week. i offer to watch them cuz otherwise he'd never get to see them and i'd feel really bad especially since i don't work"


Well you said he works weekends, so he really don't see them much either. Like could he pick them up after he gets off of work during the week and once they are out of school, and same for the weekends?

Spider_Monkey 17 kids; Pennsylvania 288 posts
28th Oct '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" Well you said he works weekends, so he really don't see them much either. Like could he pick them up ... [snip!] ... could he pick them up after he gets off of work during the week and once they are out of school, and same for the weekends?"


well with his son he lives an hour away and his mom's a bitch and doesn't even let his dad have him sometimes on the weekends he's scheduled to have him so during the week is def out of the question for him. and his daughter, we get her almost all summer during the weeks and weekends and i need a break from her during the school year, i mean we could get her during the week if we wanted to but i'd rather wait until we get our gas turned on so she can be clean when she goes to school.