My daughter is 10 months old. Her father is a all around a hole. I don't want his filthy mouth around her.

Emily - posted on 08/25/2011 ( 3 moms have responded )

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He is always on the phone with his gf, all the time everyday. Hes more focused on their monthly anniversary's then his daughter being a month older. He is a complete jerk and was kind enough to verbally abuse me as well as tell me that he doesn't respect that I'm a mother and he will bring his gf and his friends around her whether I like it or not. Then constantly gets mad at me and yells at me and cusses me out and insults my appearance when ever I tell him that he is focusing too much on his gf and not on his daughter. He always has different girlfriends, tells them the same lies about how their soul-mates, then uses their bodies and dumps them.
I do not want my daughter to go through this. I do not want her to lose her smile because her father is only around when it benefits him. She does not need to see many different women walk in and out of his door.
I don't want that around her, nor his filthy mouth around her. I want him out of her life.
I know that the only rights he has in the state of TN is visitation rights. thats about it. But I need him out I don't want him around her ever.

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Cindy - posted on 08/26/2011

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Keep a journal and write down EVERYTHING. He will have to behave himself during supervised visits. If he is not around tht much, then he will not rub off on her. If you get supervised visits then ask for 2-3 hour visits once a week.

Emily - posted on 08/25/2011

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I figured as much. But when I think of how he acts and how he treats people. It scares me because its like, what if he rubs off on her? I don't want her to become some person who bad mouths everyone and hurts people. I want her to be caring and be strong and independant.

Cindy - posted on 08/25/2011

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You can't deny him visitation, nor will the courts deny him visitation. The best you can do is ask for supervised visits. If you request supervised visits, you must be able to prove your child would be harmed if the visits are not supervised.

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