Do i let him continue to see our daughter when he doesnt want to see his son?

User - posted on 06/21/2012 ( 4 moms have responded )

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My ex sees our 11yr old daughter, he refuses to have any thing to do with our son. While i was pregnant with my daughter at first he didnt want to know we had parted before she was born, he didnt see her until she was 2 and a half she doesnt visit him regular only when his parents want to see her could be once a month or once every 2 months. I then went on to have a son with someone else and when that didnt work out my daughters father and myself got close once again and i ended up getting pregnant. His family and himself wanted me to get rid of the baby but i couldnt! I gave birth to a son and he is now 5yrs old i have never hidden who his dad is from him. My 5yr old son sees his sister going to stay at the fathers house and now he is starting to ask questions as to why he cant go. I have tried to explain to him that daddy dont wont to see him. I find now that he is being really spiteful to his sister. I have asked the father again to see his way clear to start seeing him but he just says i cant and will not give me any other reason.
Do i stop my daughter going down or just continue with what im doing?

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User - posted on 06/21/2012

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He does pay maintence for both children, he also has 2 other sons (twins) whom live with him he as spilt from their mother. Never been to court over it thou have seen a solicitor and been told that he cant be forced to see the child. my main worry is that my 5yr old is going to end up hating his sister because of this.

Dove - posted on 06/21/2012

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I'd be taking this to court. I don't have a clue what a judge will do or say, but it's not right for him to see one and not the other.

Michelle - posted on 06/21/2012

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Have you ever been to court over visitation or child support for your son? If not, go.

It's not fair on the children at all. If he is the father to 2 of them then he should visit with both of them. Your son deserves to know his father and I realise it's not your fault that he doesn't.

I would demand to know why the Father doesn't want to know his son though. It seems very strange.

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