Kylie - posted on 03/02/2016 ( 2 moms have responded )
Long story short the father of my child started dating another girl when he found out I was pregnant. He wasn't there for me for anything and played it all off like he didn't care. When I went into labor he texted me said he wouldn't do anything until he got a paternity test done. We did...it came back with flying colors! He has yet to even try to be put on the birth certificate. Him and his gf are making my life hell with their "perfect relationship" statuses and crap all over social media. Side not...he lied to his gf for 3 months into the relationship and didn't even tell her he was expecting a child. she found out on facebook. He then never told his parents until a month before our beautiful daughter was born. He has just not been a man about any of this. If you read my first conversation you can see the whole story.
Now that our daughter is here I most definently want to have her baptized. Her father and I go to the same church. His mother is very nice and excited about this and me and her get along great so far. My issue is, he is already challenging me on his GF coming to her baptism. I DO NOT want her at my daughters baptism. If he brings the girl he started dating while I was pregnant who DOESNT care about our child in any way shape or form (and I know that is a fact as her friends have told me) there on such a special day. She does not like she is very upfront with her "I don't care he has a child I come first In his life" attitude. I have even offered to meet her and get to know her to be more comfortable with her around and the father says absolutely not.
Am I wrong for telling him he cannot bring her to our daughters baptism? I have invited our mutual friends and I know he will ask how come I can do that but, he cant bring his gf but, I just feel like she isn't a permanent part of his life (they are not engaged n haven't been together even a year yet) and our friends love and care for our daughter and she doesn't. I just always try to see both sides but, in my heart I will be crushed if she is there on my daughters day.