He bought it for her in 2004. they barely brok up in 2010. we stared dating in 2011. I got pregnant wth his baby in 2012 and am due in December this year. they were together for ten years. I guess he asked her to marry him in 2004. she tried on the ring and said it was too big. so she told him to get it sized and when he comes back to come back with a better proposal. he said she wanted some lavish proposal in hawaii tyoe thing and he took that as a turn down, thought she was a "b*tch" for complaining about his proposal, said he'd get it sized, but never did becasue he was over it. a couple nights ago I was making a joke about buying a huge cubic ziconia to make my 1st daughters father jealous. that's when he told me that he has a diamond ring in his jewlry box and I should try it on. I obviously asked why and he gave me this story. I'm now wearing it but I'm having a hard time loving it. its beautiful, but he didn't buy it for me. Even though she never officially wore it,it still makes me feel wierd. he hsays he has no emotional attachment to the ring and its just a ring. I want to tell him to trade it for somethng else. but I'm scared because I don't want him to just do what he did to her, to me and sya OK, but never do it and then I'm outta luck. should I just accept it and get over it? or tell him ill go with him to trade it fomr something that was meant for me?
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It's tacky to say the least. Alright I get that he doesn't want to toss away an expensive ring. But seriously, recycling rings is tasteless. I would have at least pawned it off and used the proceeds for a new ring suitable for my new partner.
If he's cheap and tacky in this way, what other ways will he be cheap, tacky, thoughtless?
Having a kid isn't a deal breaker for ALL men. As men get older, available women WITHOUT kids becomes increasingly rare, so either a guy has to accept a single mom or risk going alone.3
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