What should I do?

Sheronda - posted on 08/02/2012 ( 3 moms have responded )

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I'm just going to start from the beginning. I found out that my boyfriend of two years had been cheating on me with a woman that lived in the same apartment complex. He had been living with her for the last four months of our relationship. When this was brought to my attention, I immediately broke up with him and put him on child support. He didn't really help me with my son in the first place. I eventually got over the situation and let him start picking up our son. He allowed his girlfriend's daughter to bite my one year old leaving a purple and black mouth print on his arm. When things are fine between us, he doesn't want him. He only wants him when we get into arguements and I tell him not to contact me for anything. I am 19, my child's father is 23, and his girlfriend is 30. She will call me at anytime causing problems. . . telling me things like "I got your man and you miss that d*** don't you?" She recently found out that she had hpv and called me saying that it was my fault, when I'm not even having sex with her. He let's her set the rules about how he will see my son. If my son is not allowed to go to their house then he cant see him because he is not allowed to be in my house for more than 10 minutes.These two people are harrassing me and making my life miserable and I'm the youngest. I'm just trying to make a good life for my son by working, raising him without help, and going to college. I'm trying my hardest to be the best mother to my son and I want him to have both of his parents so bad. But I don't believe that I have to sacrifice my own sanity and happiness by letting his father cause so much chaos in my life. I just don't know what to do anymore and I'm finding myself being really depressed at times.

P.S: It's alot more stuff that's going on and sorry for the bad grammar, I just had to get this off my chest. I feel like a young woman on the edge!

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Kristin - posted on 08/02/2012

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You need to file harassment charges on him and her through the police station. Just because he is the father of your child does not give him the right to harrass you and it defiantely does not give him the right to put his gf first. Those 2 need to grow the heck up. Also document every single bruise, scratch, rash whatever when your child comes back from their care. No good parent lets another older child bite a baby and leave marks. My one year old has bit my 6 yr old and he never ever bit her back nor would he. Also, do not respond to either one of them unless it is regarding the child. If they call dont answer they can text if they want to see child. If you dont get a handle on this now it will never get better and no one needs to live like that. You have enopugh on your plate going to school, working and raising a baby you dont need to put up with their shit, Good luck

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Sheronda - posted on 08/02/2012

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Thank you for your comment. The kid bit my one year old baby and my son's father told me that he bit my son to teach him a lesson. His story was that my one year old bit him (the father) so he bit him back to teach him. And let a whole mouth print bruised on his arm.

Chaya - posted on 08/02/2012

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Any possiblity you could move, and change your number and leave no forewarding address. The only way he could contact you is through email? Make sure you have full legal custody of your baby before doing this.
The baby bit your kid, it's the nature of being a baby.

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