Didn't say it was me.. but just to let you know. I do have a daughter, I am married and we own our own home with jobs who offer great retirement and 401k... There are some people who grow up by the age of 19 and some who don't. Just thought I'd let u know.
Sorry if I gave that impression, wasn't referring to you. I should have worded that better. I've just known a few women like this in my younger years. Was the story with a lot of girls and guys in my hometown. I guess I am biased because where I come from this is the norm for a 19 year old. I was fortunate, got away from all of that and also have a great job a house and retirement.
Hmmm. Great point... I've read that many guys would raise a child as their own. In this instance the child would be discipline as if the guy was its father? There shouldn't be any disrespect don't u think?
If the Bio-dad is not in the picture, discipline should not be any more difficult than "normal".
Thanks... this isn't for me I was just curious..
Hmmm... never thought of it like that... thanks
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Have u thought about how the picture would look since the father Is still around?
Is she still in love with him? I F no, then it's fine. They can still be friends , it's her choice.
Cool.. thanks for the opinion !!
Did you ask recent the question because you want to date a good guy? Or just for curious?I can't ask there because a stranger replied so whenever I respond he will see the messages
They are mostly looking for a father figure for their kids and I am not the one too look for and I don't want to raise someone else kid.
Why do you say that?
@Griselda708 Somehow someway it's doomed to failure I've observed, the woman always thinks the guy is never good enough for the kid.