I ask because I have been with my man for 6 months and I have an 8 year old daughter. He has a 3 year old that he has custody of and mom sees him every other weekend. There have been a few events that have gone on around the town where hisbaby mom lives. I've wanted to go to a few of them with him and the kids. He would tell me he would love to but he doesn't want to run into her and he would rather avoid her at all costs but if I wanted to take my daughter then I could. I tell him every time that its OK and we can find other things to go do with the kids but I thought the kids might enjoy these events. He apologizes and says stuff like I would love to but you know she lives up there. It sucks because the town she lives in is a popular town that is always trying to do things. It just sucks because I don't want to have to keep avoiding all the fun stuff or the town because of the fact that he MIGHT run into her. I mean if we stay together further down the road he can't keep saying oh you take the kids and go without me. He can't let her run our lives but I feel its too soon to say anything like that and is going to cause a big argument and I feel like its unfair to me and the kids that they can't go do certain things becausevshe MIGHT happen to be there because she lives in the town. What do I do because I understand his side but its also frustrating on my side because he won't go or bring his son knowing she might be tgere and he could run into her plus its not fair to me and the kids. so what do I say and when do I say something if at all ever because if things work out long term she is a part of my mans life whether he likes it or not and he can't keep avoiding the town or the events espically when its for the kids just because she MIGHT be there. I don't know if I explained this right.
When am II allowed to say enough is enough and step in telling my man that his baby mom can't run our life?
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