The "sperm donor" went to jail when i was 3 months preganat with my daughter. He has 6 felonies pending against him....still has not gotten sentenced yet. I have completley raised my daughter so far without him, She is 13 months old now. He wants me to take her to the jail to let him see her but i refuse to take a child there. She does not know him and i would like to keep it that way even though some day it may effect her. I do have a wonderful boyfriend that puts some male influence in her life, Not that i am trying to make him her dad but if she grows up knowing him in a "father" figure way i think it will make it easier. I do not feel that my daughter would ever be safe with her biological father. just a little brief desciption of him: he has 2 other children which he wanted to give his rights up to about 2 years ago...(long story) never could hold a job down...very lazy....... reason for jail....tried to rob a bank ..with a loaded gun....said there was a bomb on the roof......and so on. He is claiming he is mental... Also tells me he will not pay support until he gets to see her , even though i know its 2 different issues. I have not had the money to get a lawyer yet so i guess im just looking for and guidance . Thanks!View Thread
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