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~*CountryMom*~ 4 kids; Hopkinsville, KY, United States 1404 posts
17th Sep '13

So sorry its hard on you and the kids!!! I hope everything balances out soon. As for other negative posts, I'd ignore them, it seems they look for vents or such to throw their opinion that's not needed out there, especially when they were supposedly leaving bg month ago??



Good luck and keep your head up

Vivialopod 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42775 posts
17th Sep '13

Ignore Red Bottom. She's got her head so far up her ass she's crabby from lack of oxygen.



unfortunately, you've got some of the biggest issues a child has the biggest problem dealing with hit him all at once and he's probably feeling like his life is unstable and out of control. His sisters visit their mother on an unsteady schedule, he's being replaced as the baby, and his dad is unreachable most of the time. There's not much more you can do other than ride it out as best you can. I'd suggest giving him as much control as you can to help steady him. Let him pick his clothing in the morning, let him pick between two dinners that you can make once or twice a week, encourage him to make artwork for the baby area, just help him feel like he has a little bit of control where appropriate.

With Grace Photography 4 kids; Schoharie, NY, United States 110 posts
17th Sep '13

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Red Bottom TTC since Apr 2014; 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15307 posts
17th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting The Bear and The Bird:</b>" Ignore Red Bottom. She's got her head so far up her ass she's crabby from lack of oxygen. unfortunately, ... [snip!] ... encourage him to make artwork for the baby area, just help him feel like he has a little bit of control where appropriate."</blockquote>




You're right. I couldn't read past where she mentioned a "paper pushing deployment".