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White Jesus +2 & 3/4 Due December 4 (boy); 2 kids; Kentucky 24000 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting Vivian [♥]:" Who said anything about smooching his ass :? Her son is a horrible person and there is a reason he only ... [snip!] ... she wants if it makes her happy. Everyone knows my husband is her dad anyways, including her bio-dads family, all but his mom."


My SO's grandparents are the same way. It's hard for parents to accept the way their children behave poorly when they believe they raised them better than that. Sometimes you just have to understand that they feel how they feel and not to let it bother you two.

Vivian [♥] 2 kids; Balls Deep, in, Georgia 13935 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting White Jesus +2 & 1/4:" My SO's grandparents are the same way. It's hard for parents to accept the way their children behave ... [snip!] ... them better than that. Sometimes you just have to understand that they feel how they feel and not to let it bother you two."


Ya, we try. I am really grateful for his mom regardless of her bad parenting with BD. I'm glad DD has a grandmother who loves her as much as she does and who pays to fly us to NY multiple times a year just to see her. I'm just hoping she learned from her mistakes and doesn't do the same things with DD, but I don't think she will. She still denies all of BDs issues.
She just has a tendency to walk over DH all the time, as if he doesn't matter. I just want her to realize that he is taking care of her granddaughter, but I think she will forever be bitter that I didn't marry her son and moved DD 800 miles away from him.

Canadian-momma 1 child; Ontario 134 posts
23rd Apr '13

You women are awfully rude. I wasn't expecting anyone to agree with me about someone who they don't even know. I was asking for advice on how to deal with immature shit from the other parent. It seems a lot of you have personal vendettas against your exes.



I have nothing to own up to. I don't see my son as my property and don't become offended over a shirt, or feel the need to steal clothing from my child lol. If my son has a step-mom who loves him and respects me, AWESOME. Family is important. It isn't good for kids to grow up in a war-zone between parents.



But anyways, to the one mom who wasn't a b***h to me, thanks.

White Jesus +2 & 3/4 Due December 4 (boy); 2 kids; Kentucky 24000 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting Vivian [♥]:" Ya, we try. I am really grateful for his mom regardless of her bad parenting with BD. I'm glad DD has ... [snip!] ... of her granddaughter, but I think she will forever be bitter that I didn't marry her son and moved DD 800 miles away from him."


Majority of the time people that feel that way most likely won't change how they feel. SO's grandparents argue that sending $125 a month even though he never contacted him was his father loving and providing for him. As long as you all know the truth, that's what counts.

White Jesus +2 & 3/4 Due December 4 (boy); 2 kids; Kentucky 24000 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting Canadian-momma:" You women are awfully rude. I wasn't expecting anyone to agree with me about someone who they don't even ... [snip!] ... It isn't good for kids to grow up in a war-zone between parents. But anyways, to the one mom who wasn't a b***h to me, thanks."


You were the immature parent in the situation.
So deal with yourself.

Vivian [♥] 2 kids; Balls Deep, in, Georgia 13935 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting Canadian-momma:" You women are awfully rude. I wasn't expecting anyone to agree with me about someone who they don't even ... [snip!] ... It isn't good for kids to grow up in a war-zone between parents. But anyways, to the one mom who wasn't a b***h to me, thanks."


You don't make any sense.
YOU are being immature as well and YOU have a vendetta against your ex as well.
YOU put that shirt in there, knowingly. And then came on here expecting to freely bash and talk shit about your ex, but we didn't bite.
And YOU are the one creating a "war zone" by getting all pissed off about a shirt. I might get annoyed with the shirts too but I've never come on here guns a blazing. Who knows what else you stir up IRL.

Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49462 posts
23rd Apr '13
Quoting Canadian-momma:" You women are awfully rude. I wasn't expecting anyone to agree with me about someone who they don't even ... [snip!] ... It isn't good for kids to grow up in a war-zone between parents. But anyways, to the one mom who wasn't a b***h to me, thanks."

all we want you to do is own up to what you did, you did it intentionally, just admit that. You are immature, you have a vendetta against your ex, and blaming us is not going to change that

eKnuckles Due February 13; Florida 3473 posts
23rd Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Canadian-momma:</b>" You women are awfully rude. I wasn't expecting anyone to agree with me about someone who they don't even ... [snip!] ... It isn't good for kids to grow up in a war-zone between parents. But anyways, to the one mom who wasn't a b***h to me, thanks."</blockquote>




BG mama's don't blow smoke out their butts for the benefits of others. Most of us just call it like it is.

BABY MAKES TWO Due September 16 (boy); Australia 193 posts
24th Apr '13
Quoting Canadian-momma:" I never said jack shit about the shirt helping my son bond, so I don't know where you pulled that from. ... [snip!] ... I think is bullshit is how this is suppose to be a supportive online community for moms and yet so many women attack others."

I agree it is ridiculous you came on here to say how YOU felt and instead of being supporting they are attacking you. I would be upset too I mean he knows that the other man is apart of your child's life so why do you need to tip toe around him. I mean it's not like it said -step-dads are the better than bio dad's. Besides for all we know the step-dad could've been in a competition and the top was to show support

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
24th Apr '13
Quoting Tasha Lee88:" I agree it is ridiculous you came on here to say how YOU felt and instead of being supporting they are ... [snip!] ... the better than bio dad's. Besides for all we know the step-dad could've been in a competition and the top was to show support"


If OP wants to show support for her husband, that's all well and good, but KNOWING that her son was going to visitation with his father, I think she could have been a little more practical about the clothes she packed for the boy. I know that I NEVER send my daughter to visits with her dad in anything that puts my SO above my ex...It's called showing a little common courtesy.

.Jezebel. 1 child; Sumter, South Carolina 9567 posts
status 24th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting PurpleBama582:</b>" If OP wants to show support for her husband, that's all well and good, but KNOWING that her son was ... [snip!] ... my daughter to visits with her dad in anything that puts my SO above my ex...It's called showing a little common courtesy. "</blockquote>




This! And no one attacked her. Most people just had a point of view that differed from her own. :/

J+B=Z&L ♡ 2 kids; Pensacola, Florida 5889 posts
24th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tasha Lee88:</b>" I agree it is ridiculous you came on here to say how YOU felt and instead of being supporting they are ... [snip!] ... the better than bio dad's. Besides for all we know the step-dad could've been in a competition and the top was to show support"</blockquote>




She wasn't attacked. No one agreed with what she did and they said so. She knew where her kid was going, she could have packed something else.

Bobber Due October 1; 1 child; Manitoba 137 posts
28th Apr '13

Why would you put an outfit in there that said that? That's not very mature of you either...seems kind of like your trying to humiliate him. Either that or you weren't thinking at all.

Bobber Due October 1; 1 child; Manitoba 137 posts
28th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting PurpleBama582:</b>" If OP wants to show support for her husband, that's all well and good, but KNOWING that her son was ... [snip!] ... my daughter to visits with her dad in anything that puts my SO above my ex...It's called showing a little common courtesy. "</blockquote>



Touch

Bobber Due October 1; 1 child; Manitoba 137 posts
29th Apr '13

Double post :( sorry. On my phone & it screws up a lot