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Michelle - posted on 10/05/2016

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I love how when people don't get the answers they want to hear, they spit the dummy and change the post.

Dove - posted on 10/04/2016

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He is her father and unless a court determines otherwise he has every right to see her unsupervised no matter how you feel about it. I know it isn't EASY to hand over your child to someone you no longer trust... but that's just how life is when we procreate w/ someone that is less than our ideal.

You need to get court ordered custody, visitation, and child support established as soon as possible. It's the best way to protect everyone in this situation... especially the children.

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 10/04/2016

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You don't get to choose arrangements, and from what you have posted here, you are being heavy handed to say the very least.

Get your shit together. Get custody, visitation, and support fully sorted out in court, and abide by your orders.

What makes you any more qualified than he is? Is this not YOUR first child as well?

She is not a possession for you to withhold at will simply because you aren't happy with the current situation.

Michelle - posted on 10/04/2016

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You can't decide how and when he sees his daughter. Just because you don't agree with how he reacts when she cries doesn't mean he is a danger to her.

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