Me and My Babys Father Are Living Together...

Amanda - posted on 11/08/2009 ( 1 mom has responded )

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Me and My daughters Father Are Living Together,
But I raise my girl 98 0/0 and he goes to work 70 0/0 of the time. We are not together, I am single not looking. I do all the house work 98 0/0 of it. He cooks 80 0/0 of the time I cook the other, and not very well. He sleeps in most of the time because of his work hours. I usually get up between 930am and 11am when my daughter wakes up. I used to work the first 3 years of my girls life, but I plan in 2010 to start a new job when my girl goes back to school, I will work when she is gone, then come home and resume parent and household duties. I love being a parent. I have learned much form it. I have sacrificed and am willing to give all I have to keep my daughter safe and happy. I look forward to every new day. It is a wonderful and demanding way of life. I am thankful for my daughter, who I call my savior. I havent had the best teen and adolescent years. I was at a very bad point in my life. I had just started a new realation, which is not over, but at a mean standstill till we come to terms. When I found out I had a little one growing in me I gave up drugs and even started going to church and eating better. I am doing ok now. but If I wasnt for my daughter, I dont know where I would be today. She has taught me many things. I love her, and would give anything for her, even my own life if there was a choice. Thats all I have to say.

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Mecasey77 - posted on 11/10/2009

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Good for you, sister! I, too, have a toddler baby girl and I am so in love with her. Everthing I do is for her. Good for you for loving her so much that you wanted to not only make her life better, but you're making YOUR life better, too!

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