Why is it that the parent who isn't involved in their child's life, always thinks that they are entitled to everything under the sun? He doesn't pay child support, doesn't help out with diapers, and then he calls me while I am pregnant with our 2nd baby, asking me questions about what he should tell his new girlfriend that he "accidentally" got pregnant as well. He is worthless!!! And just a little backround so nobody thinks that i got pregnant by just any guy. we were together for over 2 yrs before our first baby; she is now 2yrs 9 months old. 2 months after I had our little girl, he proposed to me and i said yes. About a year later I was pregnant again with another girl who is now 9 months old. we ended splitting up during that pregnancy and he ended up getting his now girlfriend pregnant 3 months later. Now our 2.5 yr old is starting to notice that all the other kids around her have a mommy AND a daddy, so she has been asking me non-stop "where is my daddy?" She even called out for daddy when she was upset with me the other day. I know not to talk bad about him to her or in front of her, but seriously i wish we could just act like he doesn't even exist. Like he said, we are "out of sight, out of mind." He needs to be too.View Thread
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