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Cast Your Vote:

    • Let him spend the night -- Votes: 1
    • Don't let him spend the night -- Votes: 20
Deleted Noneya Business Due August 29; 1 child; Pennsylvania 10732 posts
24th Jan '13

Gone.

JΔS Georgia 70894 posts
24th Jan '13

Um no. If he wants to spend time with his son, it needs to be supervised by you. He's violent and he told you you were better off dead...no brainer here.

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20544 posts
24th Jan '13

Do you 100% trust BD's parents? If not, then no.

Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 36449 posts
24th Jan '13

Go back for custody.... request supervised visits.

A&J. ♥ 1 child; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 5613 posts
24th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:</b>" Um no. If he wants to spend time with his son, it needs to be supervised by you. He's violent and he told you you were better off dead...no brainer here."</blockquote>



This....

BeginTheRomance Due July 21; 1 child; Rochester, New York 373 posts
24th Jan '13

Personally, I don't let my daughter see her biological father. He is not a good person and had been nasty towards me in the past. I understand you need a break, but I think you should leave the little one with someone who has NOT hurt you or is threatening. Go get full custody. I don't think it would be wise to let your LO be with him if it is not supervised by you.

Minion Due September 30; 2 kids; Toccoa, GA, United States 19972 posts
24th Jan '13

Please don't let that man see your child.

Tiffanie Rose 2 kids; Kansas city, MO, United States 3021 posts
24th Jan '13

I'd say no, if he's been violent towards you and claims you'd be better off dead and him wanting to get full custody of your child whose to say he will decide not to return him to you after this weekend visit and just try to go for custody claiming you ditched him off or something to go party?

*Audree* 18 kids; Asotin, Washington 2345 posts
24th Jan '13

I clicked the wrong one (fat fingers on mobile). I wouldnt let LO spend the night but if you trust his parents enough, let them have a few hours. Then go to the court house and file custody papers requesting supervised visitation.

InkDMomma 35 kids; Clinton Township, Michigan 27418 posts
24th Jan '13

UH Hell no... I would not let him see the child.
Unless it becomes court ordered, even then I would ask for supervised and show them evidence of all the shit he does/has done.



and if there is no agreement in place, who is to say they won't just keep your child?

Noneya Business Due August 29; 1 child; Pennsylvania 10732 posts
24th Jan '13
P3RvYmCp3rv 2 kids; Carlyle, Illinois 11903 posts
24th Jan '13
Quoting Noneya Business:" I know he won't keep LO from me since he really has no place for LO to go and no one to watch him when he's at work."


He could quit his job and just up and disappear. he wouldn't be the first "father" to do that.

Noneya Business Due August 29; 1 child; Pennsylvania 10732 posts
24th Jan '13
Quoting P3RvYmCp3rv:" He could quit his job and just up and disappear. he wouldn't be the first "father" to do that."


But I know he wouldn't. He literally has no way of being able to do that. He has no car, no money, nothing for LO, no friends or family other than his parents who have nothing.

InkDMomma 35 kids; Clinton Township, Michigan 27418 posts
24th Jan '13
Quoting Noneya Business:" But I know he wouldn't. He literally has no way of being able to do that. He has no car, no money, nothing for LO, no friends or family other than his parents who have nothing."


well, it seems like you already know you want to send you LO
so why even ask?

Noneya Business Due August 29; 1 child; Pennsylvania 10732 posts
24th Jan '13
Quoting InkDMomma:" well, it seems like you already know you want to send you LO so why even ask?"


When did I say that? All I'm saying is that I know he won't run off with him.