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Feb 23 17 8:34 AM
The kids are in their early 20s and in college. Don't need to be coordinating anything with the ex. Talk to the twins yourself and leave the ex out of it. You ask your children if they want you in their life. If so, you touch base with them, and them alone. Don't even mention the ex. If she gets her panties in a bunch, that's on her. If your children want you at the graduation, they can send an invite. Its on them to send her one and/or give her the heads up that you'll be there as well.
Feb 24 17 7:47 AM
Feb 28 17 12:37 AM
If she calls you, only stay on the call if she behaves well.
Nope. Abusive phone calls means that number pops up on the CallerID and it goes unanswered, is refused (depending of if its a landline or cell number) or simply blocked outright.
Feb 28 17 7:13 AM
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Mar 1 17 5:43 AM
Mar 2 17 10:18 AM
Mar 3 17 8:58 PM
Mar 9 17 12:54 PM
We’ve met John many times, have spent holidays with him, and neither he
nor my son had given any indication that John was born a woman.
Mar 10 17 8:41 AM
Mar 31 17 5:24 PM
We thought that if we bought her some bikini underwear and cute sleep
sets, she’d get the hint. Instead, she told us to take them back. My husband got offended and told her that if she doesn’t want to
cover up then she should move in with my aunt until we get our situation
How about you take your unhappy, entitled ass of a husband and ya'll move in with the aunt!
Mar 31 17 7:04 PM
May 27 17 2:09 AM
Yeah, I'm wondering did LW shell out for the clinic visit co-pay and the birth control? If so, how is she having her mother pay for it?
Personally, I might not have thrown her a parade.. but she'd have gotten a big hug and "I'm so proud of you for being responsible!"
May 27 17 7:50 AM
Jun 15 17 5:44 AM
My teenage daughter has a close friend named "Edward." Edward used to be a girl and began transitioning to male last year... We are planning a slumber party for my daughter's birthday. She would
like to invite six girls, plus Edward, to spend the night. Normally,
there would be no way that I'd allow a boy to spend the night, but this
situation is very different.
No, mom, it isn't. "Edward" now identifies as male, so you treat him as such. Therefore, not allowed at the daughter's sleepover.
Jun 15 17 6:22 AM
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