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Jodi - posted on 05/31/2016

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Well, her daddy is an attorney, so......u no he comprehens the law so plz do me a favr hunni an dont tell me wat 2 do, bcz Ima not looking for ur advice even if i aksed for it.

Michelle - posted on 05/30/2016

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And then deletes her account Dove!
Typical though, they don't get the answers they want, go on a rampage and then leave.

Jodi - posted on 05/30/2016

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Paris, you won't get much different advice than what I gave you from too many others. Fact: your child has a biological father who has rights. Fact, you have a child who has a right to a relationship with both BIOLOGICAL parents. Fact, your boyfriend is not the biological father and should not be replacing the biological father. Even if you marry him and he becomes your child's stepfather, he still should not be replacing the biological father.

If you can't handle the facts and the truth, then you really need to grow up a bit. What I stated is exactly how the courts will view things.

And can I suggest private messages full of abuse and personal attacks are not helping me believe that you have your child's best interests at heart here.

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Michelle - posted on 05/31/2016

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I did laugh at that Jodi. She had also flagged a post of your in the other thread for rude language. Just because you were saying the Father had a right to see his child.
It's very ironic that she is doing exactly what she wants people to not do.

Jodi - posted on 05/31/2016

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LOL. Well, she looks stupid, doesn't she? Accusing me of those things? I married both my children's fathers (and am STILL married to my youngest's dad), but marriages don't always work out. Which sounds like more than she did (not that I look down on that, but to use that to try to insult me is really funny given her circumstances).

Dove - posted on 05/30/2016

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Oh darn... more psychotic drama that I missed...

Tells people to not say anything if they can't be nice... proceeds to insult someone AND their children simply for disagreeing w/ them... oh the irony of the idiotic.

Ev - posted on 05/30/2016

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Paris--I remind you that your post said something about being able to say nice things to others or keep it to yourself. Your two posts here are full of not being nice at all instead you are downing Jodi because she is telling you how it is and has been there. I have also been there and know it as well. As a general rule or thumb, most states basically work similar where custody goes along with child support and visitation. They just have their own laws how it is handled. I have kids close to Jodi's kids' ages so I know better as well. if you can say nice things or just say that you disagree in a proper tone, then you should not be saying much either. It works all ways. And please use better grammar because I had to reread some of this to make sense of it.

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An it doesn't make you a good mom your kids got cheated all cause you probably thought he loved you an wanted you back looks like you should have took your own advice an took ur self to the court house hunni

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U jus wasted time trying to explain why ur life sucks an your kids are bastards kids cause they have different fathers thats as far as i read mojo im sure the rest of wat u wrote sucks like you now bye

Jodi - posted on 05/30/2016

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LOL, how on earth can you judge my parenting skills by my post about your situation? Childish? Honey, I have kids your age. Kids who have good relationships with both biological parents. My son's father wasn't really in his life much either (and pretty much paid barely anything because he never had a job worth anything), but I never closed that door because my child has the right to a relationship with him, regardless of how I feel about it. That, my dear, makes me a good parent - that I can put aside my feelings about my child's father in order to allow my child a relationship he has a right to. If that makes me childish, then clearly your definition of the word is lacking.

In order for your state to deny the father any rights, you would have to provide evidence that he is a danger to your child. If you can provide that evidence, then you're right, the state may deny him. Otherwise, the law will not deny him. If he isn't stepping up and paying child support, that is what a court order is for. Many men don't step up and pay (and that isn't ok) but that doesn't mean they don't have a right to a relationship with the child.

Somewhere in your incomprehensible drivel, you bitched about child support. As I said, file for it. You can't bitch about a father not stepping up if you've done nothing about holding him accountable.

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Jodi because i see you clearly cant comprehen because i never said i was keeping him away i said he doesn't step up to be in my sons life an that once again he has popped up an my son wont go i was asking if letting him visit my son at my house until my child is comfortable was wrong i dont need legal advice hunni my father is a great attorney love so plz do me a favor an stop now talking to me
O an you dont sound like a great mom either you really sound bitter with your childish comments i already know the law in my state an if it ever went there they would deny him TRUST I KNOW NO NEED TO EXPLAIN. SO U HAVE A BLESSED DAY

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