Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-03 21:02:20
ID: 51595
In response to a confession. My advice is to simply stay out of it. Let your GD deal with it. It's not your business nor your place.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-03 19:06:35
ID: 51592
In response to a confession. I think y'all should go ahead and count your blessings that she didn't marry him, get full custody, and calling quits trying to get anything out of him.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2017-11-03 18:08:10
ID: 51590
In response to a confession. You specifically asked if you shoykd email him about supporting his GF and the baby. I suggested not to waste your time. Dude doesn't care. He shipped out and probably feels lucky because now he doesn't have to deal with it. I say this because it sounds like that is how he is behaving. He doesn't send his money because he doesn't want to.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-03 17:30:18
ID: 51589
In response to a confession. StormyWeather, jump to conclusions much? When did I say I was going to tell ANYONE how to act?! My GD is still a bit shell-shocked. This isn't turning out the way she'd hoped, and he's always telling her he's 'on it' when she asks about finances. She's already making payments to the doctor, and his office suggested a public aid medical card for her. She has to get a pediatrician but they all want $ to take him on. She doesn't have it. I'm well aware that the welfare system is for people who don't have other options, BUT THIS GUY HAS $2000 A MONTH DIRECT DEPOSITED! I may not be able to do anything personally, but I DO know the military frowns upon not supporting kids. My concern is my GD and my greatGS, and I can set some wheels into motion to protect them if this 'grown man' fails.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-03 12:13:00
ID: 51585
My granddaughter was to get married in June, then decided to postpone because her fiancé is in the Navy and was going to be onboard a ship for over a year. He surprised her with a quick five day leave before shipping out....and six weeks later she found out she's pregnant. Fiancé has been posting on Facebook that he's gonna be a good daddy, then posts about getting drunk and picking out his tattoo. Meanwhile, she's living with her parents, working, and paying the co-pay for doctors, labs, etc. with NO help from him. I have the chance to send him an email within the next twelve hours before they ship out again (he's in port somewhere for supplies). Should I send him an email asking him to support his child and fiancée? Or should I keep my mouth shut? She says she's mentioned it to him and he's 'gonna take care of it.' Me too for write the email or omg for stay out of it....Thanks
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-03 03:31:48
ID: 51583
A woman I know constantly complains that she feels exposed in her clothing. She wears really tight and short clothing. I’m all for wearing whatever you want, but she keeps complaining and then continuing to wear extremely uncomfortable (too tight) looking clothes. She's clearly uncomfortable because she keeps tugging down on her hemline. Then her daughter is another matter. The woman is self admittedly wildly paranoid about molesters and pedophiles. Yet she dresses her daughter in booty shorts and tank tops that hug her muffin top. I wonder if she uses a mirror? I’m just so tired of the complaining and the total lack of common sense.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-02 23:44:58
ID: 51579
We went Trick-Or-Shopping. It was great. I'm eating a Snickers in bed right now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-02 21:35:44
ID: 51575
We always either get tons of trick or treaters or none at all. So I never know if the candy will get passed out or not. This is why I buy candy that I like to eat---if I don't give it out, I will eat it. Who says Halloween candy is just for kids? LOL.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-02 20:23:52
ID: 51574
I salute any parent who does this alone. I have been parenting on my own for a week and a half and I am SO OVER IT. I am ready to just duct tape them to the ceiling and wait for my DH to get back. I've been doing everything I do and everything my DH usually does, too. It's like the more I do, the more I have to do. Idk how anyone does this all the time except out of dire necessity. Even then... You're a superhero.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-02 02:04:32
ID: 51559
We never get trick or treaters. Our street doesn't have many kids on it and although we have sidewalks, all the houses sit up on a rise and there are many stairs to each front door. The few parents that live on my street must take their kids elsewhere. I don't mind. I don't hate Halloween but I'm not really into handing out candy either.
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