New Community for Bio Moms and Step Moms

Amanda - posted on 08/20/2009 ( 10 moms have responded )

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Often the relationship between Bio Moms and Step Moms is rocky at best. In order to give the kids in our lives the best childhood possible it so important that we find a way to put issues aside and work together.



I created the group Bio Moms and Step Moms for the Greater Good.



I encourage anyone who would like to ask questions, seek advice, forge a better relationship, or better co parent to please join and post away! Everyone is welcome, bio moms and step moms alike.



Hope to see you there!!

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Pamela - posted on 06/12/2014

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You and him are a team in some areas. However, he and biomom are a team in other areas. We all have boundaries within our partners lives. In blended families, its difficult for some to understand the roles created by past relationships where children were involved. Although he stopped being her romantic partner, he will forever be her parenting partner. As uncomfortable as it may be, this is the reality.

Pamela - posted on 06/12/2014

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It really depends on where you live. I have seen plenty of cases where they did.

Cassee - posted on 08/19/2013

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There is a page on FB called Bio Moms vs. Overbearing Step-Moms that is current (2013) that I suggest we have a conversation.

Liloka - posted on 03/01/2013

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Hi this is my first post on this website.
I'm not sure how it works but here is my question
when I started a relationship with my husband he told me about a relationship he had before me, where the ex was pregnant and left him before the kids (she was pregnant with triplets) were born.
She moved to another province and didn't put his name on the birth certificate.
Now, after an 4 1/2 years after, she contact him saying that one of the kids is asking about her dad.
I'm more than fine for them to have this relationship, but what is worrying me is he never paid a cs because he wasn't on the kids BC, is that possible that he has to pay all those years back once she was and is in a income assistance?
I don't care if he pays cs from todays date , but back 4 years..
Does anyone knows how this works?
I don't have child on my own, but I do have a 13 years old step son and now 3 more (2 sd and 1 ss)
I really hope she just want them to have a relationship..but we never know
Thanks for reading and for your advise

Rhonda - posted on 09/17/2012

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Step parenting with a man that doesnt let the bio mom have all the power is great progress in my home. My step children are 12 and 8, I've been step mom for 5 years and my children are 28,22 and 19. Moved out and away at school. We started couples therapy because I felt like the odd man out and wanted my husband to understand that he and I are a team. Not bio mom and him.

Amanda - posted on 06/06/2012

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You can search for the group's name in the search box or you can click on my profile and find it under my communities.

Beverly - posted on 08/31/2011

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I would like to join. I am a mom of a 14 yr old stepson and a 5 year old son. They both live with my husband and I full time.

Megan - posted on 05/14/2011

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I would love to join I dont see where its at. I know I a little new but would love to join. Hows everyone doing?

Elena - posted on 08/21/2009

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Hi thanks for your new group, I am married to the most wonderful man a girl could ever wish for ... But I have 3 Boys to 3 different fathers, the first is to my first husband and that child is 15 and he no's his real father. The second one is 10 years a very sensitive and soft caring child , his father as not seen him since he was 3 months old and doesnt wont to see him. The third child is 7 this is the child from my husband and I's marriage. Now the 10 year old child does not no he is not the real son of my husband, they are all brothers and i have never needed to tell him, but there will come a time to tell. My husband treats them all as his own and to me he is there real father .

My question is can anybody tell me how or when is the best time to tell my son the truth as i dont want him turning 21 and he finds out , this has been playing on my mine for 9 years now , he is a very sensitive boy and i dont want to hurt him . Hoping somebody can help. Cheers Elena

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